Thanks. My dealer hooked me up with another Customer (who I think is a member of this forum!) so it was pretty easy for me. I’d start there and see if anything comes up. Then I’d leverage this forum if nothing turns up.Great rig and thanks for taking the time to share all you have done. I am curious how easy it was to sell your OEM tires/wheels and what media outlet you used. I will likely need to sale my modular bumper and brush guard soon after delivery. Maybe even on this forum!
https://accessories.ford.com/products/bronco-mirror-mounted-off-road-lightsNot to hijack the thread - but your pod lights are exactly what I am looking for (Area 51 OBX/SAS here). Can you give info on those? TIA
It is 3" in front and 2" in rear for sasquatch models. For base models it is 4" in front and 3" in rear.I read 4 inch lift and thought, that's going to be too much and is gonna look silly... but no it looks good and perfectly normal.
It is 3" change from sasquatch in front. Note that only half of the front lift is from a strut spacer. With the sloped spacer added, the modified sasquatch coilover is almost as long as the King coilover. You can argue about the preload, but if you don't like the 1" strut spacer, you will also have to condemn the King and Fox coilovers (if used without diff drop, etc).With IFS it's best to your lift at 2-2.5", maybe It'll work at 3" in this application but we haven't seen how the angles look like at 3". They're horrible at 4" clearly from the op pics. avoid top spacers unless your thing will be a mall crawler or you're doing them to correct a trim issue. (1/2" spacers tops).
Truck looks great. Its not a diff drop solution. It just puts the suspension into 4 inches of droop in order to gain the height. CV angles are fine for super mild stuff but any significant off roading induced droop is going to be a problem.Picture of CV angles? Does the 4 inch lift do anything to compensate for CV issues? How does it look with some droop and turn?