Bronco ProComp Rear Track Bar, Upper Arms, Fox Shocks, Eibach Springs + 37" Tires

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Yeah, that’s one sexy truck on 37s. Dang.





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That looks awesome!
 

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Looks like it could use slightly longer rear suspension trailing arms (or perhaps, some sort of "drop-bracket" arrangement) to push the axle back to the centerline of the fender arch.
 

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Seeing a few comments from people that may not realize the rear is on jack stands. This is near full droop for the rear. It does not have this stance or have an obvious offcenter rear axle when at normal compression.
 

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It looks good but the angles are too severe (even sitting on flat ground). Once you articulate the front suspension you are going to do damage to the hubs:

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Seeing a few comments from people that may not realize the rear is on jack stands. This is near full droop for the rear. It does not have this stance or have an obvious offcenter rear axle when at normal compression.
I thought the same about the rear and then saw what appears to be a jack. Guess they are just checking rear fender clearance...
 

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