Bandlands Lift kit ?

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What are those wheels, width and offset? Looks great on poke for me!!
KMC wheels. See pic. Had my dealer install so im not 100% on offset but its one of the 2 options listed on their website. The poke, what little there is...came out perfect, especially with non sas fenders which I prefer over the wider sas fenders. If I did it again I might ditch the black wheel and go with these blue KMC's to match my area 51. Still might do it. TBD. Wicked. See other pic..

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Why are there lift kits with Front only and others with back and front ? Isn't better to lift the 4 corners not just the front ?
The Bronco has a 1-inch “rake” where the front end is slightly angled more downward than the back to accommodate the leveling of the vehicle when you tow something. Most kits don’t have equal height on each corner to offset the “rake” and make it leveled.

Lift kits with components for only the front fix that rake and are technically called “leveling kits” because all they do is level the vehicle.
 

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KMC wheels. See pic. Had my dealer install so im not 100% on offset but its one of the 2 options listed on their website. The poke, what little there is...came out perfect, especially with non sas fenders which I prefer over the wider sas fenders. If I did it again I might ditch the black wheel and go with these blue KMC's to match my area 51. Still might do it. TBD. Wicked. See other pic..

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awesome thx, perfect poke and i like non sas flares too!
 

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so the difference in height of the stock badlands and the squatch badlands is from the tires only? or what is it EXACTLY that makes the height difference between a squatch badlands and a stock?
This is a good video showing the difference

 

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I have SAS takeoffs on my standard badlands now. In normal driving no clearance issues (once the crash bars are removed). Unless you are flexing heavy off road you may not need to do anything. I will try mine on the trails first before deciding to front level, or switch to SAS shocks and springs.
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Nice Bronco. More jealous of that garage!!! The space!
 

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You better check if they are stackable before
Yes it all depends how much thread room there is for the 3 bolts on top. I've done over 10 of these type lifts on Toyotas and they work well without messing with the ball joint you just can't go much over 1/2 inch of spacer which equals 1 inch lift.
 
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