Anyone planning on 2” factory lift kit from Ford Performance Parts for their Bronco?

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We now know one of the Cyber Orange Broncos showcased had a 2” lift on 37s, which looks great. Is anyone considering a factory lift? I really like the look of 2 door over the 4 door but with 35s instead of 37s. What would be the positives and negatives of a lift?

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Probably gonna opt for just the Squatch. Don't really need either, but love the looks of both. And honestly, don't feel the need to spend the extra $$ to go up to the 37's.....but sure would be fun throwing that in Jeep's face ?
 
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Definitely considering, I like the look, and getting it factory and warranted is a plus.
Agree. The aggressive look is great and I like the warranty option on a brand new model that might have a few issues.
 
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Probably gonna opt for just the Squatch. Don't really need either, but love the looks of both. And honestly, don't feel the need to spend the extra $$ to go up to the 37's.....but sure would be fun throwing that in Jeep's face ?
Yes!! Every time I park, I’m gonna scope the lot for Jeeps first. ?
 

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the squatch seems like it is heavily tested and will likely be protected by warranty.

If i want more lift i dont think i will stop at 2 inches lol.
 
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Is it necessary to go with 37s or will 35s look and perform fine?
 

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Is it necessary to go with 37s or will 35s look and perform fine?
Depends on your use. I'd guess that 35's will perform just fine for you (assuming not major rock climbing or stuff like that) and the 35's look beautiful under the Bronco.
 

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I’m deff gonna do the 2inch lift on my base. That way my first mod will be wheels and tires to fill the gap. 17” wheels and 35’s should fit nicely I think with the lift
 

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Goin Squatch w/ 35's and wheel it !!! get the 2" lift a little later. 'gotta learn it's limits first, then go bigger.
 

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37’s will put more strain on the vehicle. Tires alone will weigh 80lbs each. Handling will be worse when lifting. Most would need mounted side steps to get in and out.

That being said it looks killer and has me considering it. Especially if this would be a weekend warrior.
 

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