6 inch lift on 1995 bronco

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I currently have an aftermarket 4-inch lift, "up for debate", some people tell me it's only a 2-inch lift. Its got 15-10 wheels with 35s on them.

What do I have to do to get a 6-inch lift? Have been told that I need new drive lines, and a 500.00 alignment when it's done. I have been quoted

from 2000.00 to 4000.00 to get the job done. The radius arms they say have to be replaced, so I'd have to buy a complete kit with shocks and new radius arms.

Also, I have dual shocks in the front left and right and this cannot be changed. The brackets are welded

I just want a real honest answer.

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Superlift® 6 inch coil to BDS 4 inch lift coil measurements & pics in a 95  at https://www.supermotors.net/clubs/superford/registry/media/245222

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Uncompressed Superlift 6" lift coil on top, measures at 21.5 inches compared to the BDS 4" lift coil on bottom measuring at 18 inches.





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Superlift® 4 to 6 inch Installation in 80-96 Source: by Steve W at http://www.tamor.org/techreports/ford/superlift/default.htm

Superlift® 6 inch Conversion from a SL 4 inch in a 91 Source: by Eric L (The Rig, SOLD) at http://supermotors.net/site/erlong/progressive/041999/suspensionlift/index.html

Get another estimate from a shop that does lifts.

Good luck!

 

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looks like you have a 4" lift to me.

What your cost is depends on what lift kit you buy. But I would easily suggest new drive lines because the factory ones won't hold up at the new angles the 6" lift will cause.

https://www.customwheeloffset.com/store/suspension?sort=popular&year=1995&make=Ford&model=Bronco&drive=4WD&lift=6q

I would give the boys at Big **** Suspension a call and see what parts they recommend changing out with one of their kits.

http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma=3&mo=22&ty=31&yr=1980-1996

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looks like you have a 4" lift to me.

What your cost is depends on what lift kit you buy. But I would easily suggest new drive lines because the factory ones won't hold up at the new angles the 6" lift will cause.

https://www.customwheeloffset.com/store/suspension?sort=popular&year=1995&make=Ford&model=Bronco&drive=4WD&lift=6q

I would give the boys at Big **** Suspension a call and see what parts they recommend changing out with one of their kits.

http://bds-suspension.com/product?ma=3&mo=22&ty=31&yr=1980-1996

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Ha ha, really? Big ****?
 

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