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not too sure when it'll be back on the road, but the suspension is done. might need to run an AAL in the rear once the gas tank is back in and full...


the front axle was such an incredible PITA i don't ever want to mess with it again.


pulled the bumper tank and reciever to do the shackle flip. need a new reciever...


i really hope these 35s are worth the money


and last, but certainly not least, my wheeling partner. he was so excited to see the bronco lifted he ran up and said "take my picture daddy!" man i love my kid.


still have to install the shocks, gas tank, rear bumper, do the 4.88s, and get it aligned. i can't wait.
 

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Looks awesome...what was the total install time? And what brand of lift did you use?
 

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The radius arms in front have an "s" on them so im just guessing as superlift??? i've never seen their arms but its a shot in the dark. But it looks really good, what kind of tires are those?
 

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it's a superlift front setup, and a sky shackle flip in the rear. install time was 3 days, about 6 hours a day. my deadline is hurricane season, so i have roughly a month left.

the tires are 35 14.50 15 nitto mud grapplers on some 15x10 rock crawlers
 

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after seeing the mud grapplers in person, i dont think i could have bought any other tire.

here's another pic my kid wanted to post.
 

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that is hella sweet, gonna trim anything? Have any pics of the shackle flip install? is that front guard a winch mount, if so is that just mounted to the bumper or does it hook into the frame?
 

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i'm gonna trim the front bumper a little, and then trim as needed after hitting a few trails. the front guard has a fairlead mount. it just screws to the bumper, i would never put a winch on it. i don't really like the guard, but it keeps my headlights safe in the woods where i do most of my wheeling.

edit- i don't have any pics of the shackle install, but it was pretty straight forward. the hangers are vertical, but as soon as you start to compress the spring pack, it moves like it should.
 

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Hey man, sweet lift. Quick question. where'd you find that bumper? been searching but can't seem to find it anywhere.
 

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Awesome man you ready to help me with mine. Come on bro the hobby shop is calling.
 

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tires cost me just under 300 a pop with "road hazard" + a 2 hour trip to the nearest discount tire. they have a no BS warranty that has always impressed me.

you got all your parts ken?
 

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The Dude said:
Hey man, sweet lift. Quick question. where'd you find that bumper? been searching but can't seem to find it anywhere.
can't really help ya too much. the bronco came as is when i bought it minus the lift and tires
 

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dub said:
tires cost me just under 300 a pop with "road hazard" + a 2 hour trip to the nearest discount tire. they have a no BS warranty that has always impressed me.

you got all your parts ken?

well i went to lowes to get all the bolts and shit like that. they were out. well it happens i will go to home depot and get them. i am shooting for mem day weekend. i will let you know
 
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