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How do these ride compared to factory? One person posted about the Eibach coil overs and was very impressed with them.
I want to go coil over for a slight lift to get 35s under mine but I do not want to give up my ride quality. I also can't spend $4k for some of these kits when mine does not see enough off-road time to justify that much expense.

EDIT: Which lift/coil overs did you use? The only thing on the fabtech site is the upper control arm and the puck lift. Thanks.
TBH, mine rode great with the 3" over Sasquatch lift from Zone offroad. Didn't notice a difference from stock.
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So the Procal won’t load 😩
Did change the tire size to 39’s though!
The Focal let you change the tires up to 39s? I thought they were only good for up to 37s
 

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The Focal let you change the tires up to 39s? I thought they were only good for up to 37s
I put the rpm for 39’s but haven’t driven it yet. It said it accepted the changes 🤷🏽‍♂️
 

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39’s are on. I’ll need to trim the rock sliders, remove the plastic piece behind the fender liner and trim the crash bar mounts. Haven’t cycled the suspension fully but they fit!!!!
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Are you selling your takeoffs (wheels)?
 

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Haven’t driven it yet. My son graduated from LMU this weekend so no Bronco work was done and I have a busy work week so more then likely I won’t do the mods till weeks end.
 
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Made some trims today, adjusted the front coils up some and have been driving it. The power is fine, barley notice a difference. It feels better in sport than it did before, less jerky.

Had to remove the rock rails, trim the CB mounts and the plastic piece behind the liner and I’ll eventually need to do the JKS max tire install. I took it to a mall (gasp) where I knew there a few small berms in the loading docks and I’m surprised how little contact there was to the body. With my current schedule it probably won’t see dirt for another month or two. I thought I might chew up the fenders but there was zero contact on them. Outside of the front crash bar mounts, the bottom of the rear fender liner was the biggest contact point but that can easily be solved with a couple zip ties. I could just trim them but I like that they protect the wiring thats there. The plastic piece of the right rear bumper rubbed as well. Since these just snap into the bumper, I’m considering ordering a new set, cutting them down, plastic welding them back together and hitting them with some paint . Might look like shit but until someone builds a skinnier bumper cap this will have to do. Not a fan of most of the aftermarket bumpers but I do know that’s an option.

I think adding the stiffer springs and 1” of lift will make a big difference. Might do a 1/2 body lift but undecided. 38’s would fit with no issue with just the stage 2 Eibachs and crash bar trimming.
Ford Bronco AGM Everglades on 38’s.  New suspension mods IMG_3865
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Ford Bronco AGM Everglades on 38’s.  New suspension mods IMG_3860
 
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Now that you’ve (likely) driven on them and articulated a tad, how is it? Would you still recommend?
It depends on what you’re trying to do. For just street driving and mild 4 wheeling (dirt roads and some non-aggressive terrain) these would be fine with a lift and the JKS max tire kit. If you’re planning on aggressive wheeling, I’d probably go 38’s or 37’s… the 39’s might be fine but it’s just soooooo tight in there. Additional lift or a BL and I think my 39’s will be fine. Looks much better with 39’s than 37’s IMO and WAAAAAAAAYYYYYY better than the stock 34.5’s. 38’s might be the sweet spot but haven’t tested those out yet.
 

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No offense dude, but your title was misleading for weeks until page 7.

Congrats on it. Good luck creating some space in there, that's pretty tight. She looks great.
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