I like to sprinkle a touch of reality into peoples dreams, not to rain on ones parade, but to open the eyes to making better decisions.
One thing is for sure, that will quickly make your vehicle appeal to a much smaller audience if you ever go to sell it, & it will also make it worth less money.
Yeah they look cool, & I've had lifted trucks, they are not easy to live with every day. When you add up the cost of all that stuff you bolted on to make it look like a 16 year old owns it, then the hatred of the fuel mileage you killed on an already bad mpg Bronco, the rough ride, the annoyance of climbing up into it every day. To me, it's just a horrible idea all around, but that's me, I've been there, done that. I've made all of these mistakes myself, time and time again.
If your going to put money into something, make sure its money you'll get back out of it. There are broncos for sale locally around here, nice 92-96 stock Broncos that people are asking 15-20k for them & they sell quickly. Then there are the lifted ones, pre-runner style that have been on there for sale, month after month not selling.
They start out thinking their lifted Broncos are way better than stock ones cuz they dumped 10k into all those accessories, so at 15k its a bargian, but the reality is, most people dont want someone's ragged out mudbog machine they've been jumping dirt mounds with so they don't get any calls. So they drop to 12k, then 10k, they eventually drop to $7500, & my guess is they sell for 5-6k if at all.
So would it make more sense to make your stock Bronco nicer, for little cost by fixing any rust areas, making the paint look good, taking out the seats & scrubbing every nook & cranny of the truck inside & out, underneath & under the hood, maybe & putting new carpet in. Or do you spend your money on a lift, tires, bumpers, gears, ect...
My mind says fix yours up & sell it, and buy a pre-runner if thats what you want. You can get one, all finished & running for what youll spend making yours into one... You have already gained a ton of knowledge on how to work on Bronco's, so if your heart is set on pre runner style, let someone else do all the heavy lifting for you & you reap the benefits of it.
You have a 92 EB, a very sought after Bronco.