Handling capability with 2.5" vs 4" lift - Page 2 - Ford Bronco Forum
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post #21 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-10-2019, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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Excellent firsthand info, Crazy! That's gonna be a very helpful post in my research.
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I'm late to the party but maybe my experience will help someone. In my teenage years I had an 86 5.0 with 4" pro comp stage 2 kit, 15x10 wheels with 33 x 12.5 mild mud tires. It handled great. Stupidly, I would race my friends going 90+ on the freeways weaving in and out of cars, try and knock the tires off on every turn on city streets (fishtail). It stuck to the road and had almost no body roll and was a blast to drive. My close calls were usually due to stock brakes that were being asked to do too much.
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