Leveling Kit For TTB Broncos

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Through a lot of research i was able to pick out what parts to use for the leveling in my 88 bronco. I thought it might be great to post the info here to help those trying to figure it out. I will include part numbers as well as cost. Should work with broncos from 80 to 96.

For the springs i chose superlift part #117 cost $85.39 for the pair. I chose these due to ride quality as well as they can give a full 2 inch lift in the front and were recommended by another 88 bronco owner.
Adjustable caster-camber sleeves superlift part #1119 cost $ 40.39 each you will need 2. These were recommended with the springs and the paperwork with the springs gives you the settings to install them at so you can keep correct caster-camber geometry.

Since my bronco is a quad shock front end i will list both shocks. Back is for the shock behind the axel and front is for the shock in front of the axel. The back one should work on those with single shock fronts.
Back Rancho RS5000X part # RS55136 cost $ 54.34. Each
Front Rancho RS5000X Part # RS55179 cost $ 54.34 Each
I chose rancho because i like the the way they handle on and off road.

There are many combinations that can be used to get your bronco level this is just what i chose. Hope this helps some people.
 

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Very cool.

definitely keep us updated. I have been eyeballing the 2.5" kit from rough country for $400. The only difference is they have some cheesy little drop down brackets … to keep the front end geometry close to factory. I have read reviews where guys have used the larger springs and been fine … while others just eat tires.
 

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Very cool.

definitely keep us updated. I have been eyeballing the 2.5" kit from rough country for $400. The only difference is they have some cheesy little drop down brackets … to keep the front end geometry close to factory. I have read reviews where guys have used the larger springs and been fine … while others just eat tires.
I will be doing a full thread here when i start the building process. I think where you get the tires eating themselves is due to the change in the steering geometry. Some people don't realize that you have to correct it after any lift if you are using the stock radius arms and stock TTB beams. So even if you chose the rough country kit i would still recommend getting the adjustable caster-camber sleeves.
 

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Absolutely

We should start a tread detailing alignment shops who can actually align a lifted TTB correctly. I have one in North Atlanta who do a great job.
They must be doing something right because they do not have a website. Who needs the sticking internet when word of mouth works.

There is another Burt brothers out in Utah... but I'm not sure they are related.



 

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Absolutely

We should start a tread detailing alignment shops who can actually align a lifted TTB correctly. I have one in North Atlanta who do a great job.
They must be doing something right because they do not have a website. Who needs the sticking internet when word of mouth works.

There is another Burt brothers out in Utah... but I'm not sure they are related.



That's a great idea. For my area Its Les Schwab Tires. They are all over the pacific northwest and have always done a great job on my trucks.
 

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