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rough country vs. tuff country

broncobran68

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i am looking at some coils from these two companies. are either of them any good? i remember hearing that one of their coils would sag almost 2" within a few months.
 

SteveL

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neither are very good options. get some decent coils from one of the vendors on here. You'll be much happier.
 

Louie

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SteveL said:
neither are very good options. get some decent coils from one of the vendors on here. You'll be much happier.

100% right.
 

broncnaz

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Ditto get some from any of the venders here you'll be much happier with them then you would if you bought either of the other 2 most of there coils are made for fullsized trucks and ride like it in a EB from the looks of your rig I know you wouldnt be happy with them.
 

SaddleUp

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If they were worth anything at all then one or more of the Early Bronco vendors would carry them. None of them do though. Your going to be happier with a coil designed specifically for the Early Bronco which is what most of the EB vendors do carry.
 
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broncobran68

broncobran68

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i guess i should have been more truthful. they are not for my bronco but my f150. i learned the hard way that only quality specially designed coils work on our broncos. (my superlifts are awful and they are designed for fullsize trucks) its just that this is the only message board that i trust anymore. i post a question on other boards and it takes 3 days for two crappy responses. now that the cats out of the bag does anyone have any experience with rough country leaves and coils on their fullsize. they are roughly half the cost of other kits and my springs are shot and ruining my tires(ttb) and i cant afford to buy skyjacker.
 

broncnaz

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SKyjacker coils shouldnt be that expensive. I'm running Skyjacker coils on my EB an the ride is way better than the stock coils. I'll have to check with my buddy on what coils he bought for his fullsize bronco I think they were trailmasters but it does ride good. what size of coils are you looking for?
 

SpareParts

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I ran the TrailMaster lift on my Fullsize, very happy with ride and flex, From TTB. They did sag after wheeling it hard, the 4" coils sagged to 3".

In my opinon, stay away from Superlift, they are terribly stiff. I have them on my F-150, they are the 9" lift coils but I cannot get more than 20" of flex and I think most of if comes from the frame. Pics of it are in my gallery.
 
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