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3.5 Inch Lift

The 3.5 Inch lifts from Wild Horses and Jeff's Bronco Graveyard are really great stuff. The EBR mail list and Coby Huey have really done a good job evaluating technology for this popular modification. This is your best bet for a quality lift with excellent ride and trail performance.

Web Pages Featuring 3.5 Inch Lift
  Bret's 71 Bronco
"Bret bought the truck in the fall of '95." This is a good shot of a truck with the 3.5" Wild Horses lift with 11 pack National leafs.
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N8's 1973 Ford Bronco Suspension page.
"I have had many questions about the suspension on my Bronco. It is the Wild Horses System 7, 3.5" with all extra goodies supplied with the kit. I even went for the long travel rear hoop shock mounts so I could mount the dual Rancho 9012's."
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Mark Reimers Restoration Project  Pictures
Before and after pics of a bronco restoration and buildup. Lot's of pics of suspension (Wildhorses system 9, 3.5") and interior.
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State-by-state Guide to Lift Laws
Super helpful chart with info on each state. Many of us are probably illegal (in Michigan anyway)!
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Wristed Twister Radius Arm Install  Pictures
This is the ticket for better front axle articulation. Early Broncos experience a binding problem with in the "C" bushings on the front end that prevents the front axle from articulating drastically. The radius arms act as an anti sway device by restricting the movement of each wheel, independently of the other
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3.5 Inch Lift with Trail Master Front Coils, 3.5" Rear Leafs -- The Bear  Pictures
This truck also features body lift with pucks made by Brian Lackey.
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