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Currently running a 6” rough country lift and it’s a rough ride as the name suggest. I am running 22x12, and 37” tires. I am going to be going to a 24” x 14” and 38” tires. I am most likely going to an 8” lift. What is a good riding lift kit? This will be a road ride not a mudder. Maybe occasional trip to the beach.
 

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95 5.8L MAF XLT, Hedman Shorties/MF SS Y & Muff, E4OD, Man hubs, KYB Quads, 31x10.5x15, 313K miles
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Ain't that an oxymoron "a lift that has a soft ride"!!!! Someone with more lift experience than me will hopefully chime in to point you in the right direction. Nice Bronco btw!!!
 

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I'm no help with the lift kits and ride qualities either and 2nd tge nice looking bronco.

That front bumper, is it from a kit or is is an existing OEM for a specific year truck?
 

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1993 F150 XLT 302 MAF A/T 4x4 2.5" Lift
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You're on 22" rims/wheels and going to get 24".... Not for nothing, wouldn't that be part of the issue for the rough ride?
 

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1989 Eddie Bauer 5.0 solo Motorsports leveling kit w extended radius arms 31x12.50 BFG’s
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From you statement above you seem very set on ride quality. It is a nice rig why not just go full pre runner suspension you would get the ride quality your looking for! Then wouldn’t have to worry about butt grapes and no preparation H in the glove box. Just sayin, you do you!!!!
 

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1995 XLT 5.0 - AUTO. 4" BDS lift, 33x1250r15
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Just swapped to 35x1250x17 cant notice a different in ride quality over the 33x12x15. cant help with you with those big wheels, but the full BDS kit is good as far as I am concerned.
 
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