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This will cover the basics of a suspension lift on a Stock Early Bronco
Basically in a suspenion lift you are increasing the distance between the axles and the frame of the vehicle. This allows for more articulation of the axles, and will allow room for bigger tires, which will give you greater ground clearance.

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Posted by DebosDave'72 - Last Activity 07/30/21 02:24 PM by Beresb Go to last post
Suspension terminology, definitions and explanations
Suspension terminology, definitions and explanations
By Jason Rodgers
A.K.A. - Gummi Bear

Im doing the section on suspension terminology with a very simple explanation of each of them. This will include suspension components, whats in your Bronco and what could be in your Bronco.
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Posted by Gummi Bear - Last Activity 01/05/12 01:01 AM by Steve83 Go to last post
The Purpose and Pros/Cons of each?
This FAQ titled Body Lift vs. Suspension Lift will go over the basics behind the two common methods for lifting off road vehicles. (The same principles normally apply to any off road vehicle) To begin with we need to go over the reasons behind doing a lift, then describe what each type is, a Read more
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