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Articles in the 'Suspension' Category

Early Bronco 4 Link

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Tech article by Wade (wadensd) I had all of this info gathered back when I was doing the fabrication of the suspension and never got around to finishing it and putting it together like this till now. Disclaimer: I am not going to say that this is the best or worst way to build a […]

DIY Radius Arm Extensions

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Tech article by David (Bucmaster) Below is my 3.5″ “universal lift” from about 1987. I call it a “universal lift” because the lift companies sold one lift kit that fit everything from our small Broncos to long bed F-150s with big blocks in them. To even call this a suspension system is a crime. There […]

F-250 Front Shock Towers

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Tech article by Jon Hanna (Admin) The F-250 shock tower is one of those great modifications that’s both cheap and simple. By replacing your stock shock towers with these taller, heavier units, you’ll be able to use longer travel shocks for more articulation. Pricing is around $25-35 for the pair. That’s less than one new […]

Coil Spring Retainers

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Tech article by Tim Bowsher (Broncobowsher) When changing those front springs, you will probably encounter a small problem. This is a simple way to install the bolts back into the retainer. The bolt on top of the spring tower is easy to start. The one on the side is a little more difficult.