Best lift kits for the Bronco?

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Way too early for "best". Be patient.... I guarantee the best isn't on the market yet.
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APG is also working on something for the bronco. their rangers are super impressive.
 

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Would there be any reason at all to lift a SAS Bronco if keeping 35's and not stepping up to 37's? Any utility in that? Just for looks?
 

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Genuinely curious, what is the tangible difference between rock/mall crawler mods? Do mall crawler mods work for one crawling experience? 10? Anything short of everyday? Do rock crawler mods last longer than the vehicle? As long? Need to be replaced after 6 months of recreational use? I'm pretty green and trying to decide if I should embrace my mall crawling cheapness or my rock crawling superiority complex.
 

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Would there be any reason at all to lift a SAS Bronco if keeping 35's and not stepping up to 37's? Any utility in that? Just for looks?
You could do it just to increase suspension travel. Basically longer shocks... But that will require additional components, springs, etc. So if you were rock crawling it, it would make sense. Otherwise, probably not.
 

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I pre-ordered the RPG Control Arms and Links/Tie Rod along with the Fox Coil-overs today. I am calling it the Foxy Mansquatch (Manual Trans). Everything is due in December... See how it goes, but it should site 1-2" above the base SAS. Haven't figured out the tires/wheels, or bumpers. Figured it would due well with whatever Oregon can throw at me.
 
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