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Nothing fancy. But I am happier than a pig in slop. First trip scheduled in two weeks.
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So I was looking up Zone Lift Kits and found the 4" lift are for Non-Sasquatch editions. Is your WT possibly equipped with the 3" Zone lift kit for Sas equipped Broncos? I'm assuming you are counting the 3" lift from the kit and the 1" lift from the Sas package?

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So I was looking up Zone Lift Kits and found the 4" lift are for Non-Sasquatch editions. Is yours possibly the 3" Zone lift kit for Sas equipped Broncos? I'm assuming you are counting the 3" lift from the kit and the 1" lift from the Sas package?

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Correct. It’s the F97. Should have been more clear.
 
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What offset did you go with? Any rubbing? I went 3 1/2” and have 37’s ordered. Hoping for no rub off road.
Can’t remember what they told me on the offset. Absolutely no rub though. No major trimming either. Wheelpros.com will tell you the offset, just punch in what you want tire size and they recommend the offset
 
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Looks good except fender deletes are gonna F up everything behind those wheels including the sides of your Bronco and anyone driving behind you. I have front mud flaps, +25 offset wheels with very little poke and Squatch flares and I’m still getting mud and sand on my doors. I think my flaps are too short.
That’s probably correct. Putting the Sasquatch fenders back on is a 15 minute job.
 

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Correct. It’s the F97. Should have been more clear.
Thanks for the confirmation; I now have the F97 on order for my BL-Sas. I was on the fence with 37s due to rubbing issues but your post helped me decide to get 37s with this kit.
 

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Good thing.

The only thing that fits a Badlands or Wildtrak / Squatch on Zone’s website is a 1” level kit. That lift says for base (i.e. not Badlands or Squatch) suspensions only.
Zone makes a 1, 2 and 3” lift for badlands or Wildtrak.
 

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Didn’t upgrade the CV’s, but the great part is the dealer did the build, so if it breaks, they can’t say it was due to the 3” lift they recommended without recommending upgraded CV
Check your fine print on what you signed for the lift... may be a clause in there letting you know... blah blah blah.. they're not gonna cover it... blah blah blah
 

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Can’t remember what they told me on the offset. Absolutely no rub though. No major trimming either. Wheelpros.com will tell you the offset, just punch in what you want tire size and they recommend the offset
Uh oh no major trimming😳😳 what did you have to trim? That’s one of my concerns but I couldn’t help going for 37’s since I was already changing wheels and buying tires.
 

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Looks great! I did the 2" Zone on 35s but really wanted the bigger one on 37s... what changed my mind though was the fact I would get 12 or 13 mpg! If the price of gas comes down in a few years I will go up to 37s though but can't justify the extra cost right now.
 

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Check your fine print on what you signed for the lift... may be a clause in there letting you know... blah blah blah.. they're not gonna cover it... blah blah blah
Agreed. My guess is they wont cover it even if there isnt a clause. Buyer be ware type thing. Looks good but idk if you care OP that paint is going to get peppered
 

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Didn’t upgrade the CV’s, but the great part is the dealer did the build, so if it breaks, they can’t say it was due to the 3” lift they recommended without recommending upgraded CV
Seriously need the front diff remount kit to lower diff to keep cv's at correct angle.
 

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Looks great! I did the 2" Zone on 35s but really wanted the bigger one on 37s... what changed my mind though was the fact I would get 12 or 13 mpg! If the price of gas comes down in a few years I will go up to 37s though but can't justify the extra cost right now.
That’s one nice thing for me I drive 1.1 miles to work so I’m only going to take the fuel mileage hit hard when heading to the trails.
 

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Nothing fancy. But I am happier than a pig in slop. First trip scheduled in two weeks.
Zone 4” lift
Fuel vectors
Nitto 37x12.5x17
Oracle hidden brake light
Magnaflow overland exhaust
Rigid pods
A pant load of sticker fab and Amazon knick knacks

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Looks great! Like your license plate, it's perfect
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