SuperLift 3.5″ Lift Kit for 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Ford Bronco 4WD
- Pre-set replacement coil springs minimize settling
- Caster correction via new Poly C-bushings
- Optional adjustable track bar allows precise body-over-axle alignment
- Optional adjustable drag link (fits 1966-75) centers steering wheel and restores equal turning radius
- Lifetime Warranty
- Satisfaction Guarantee
Tire and Wheel Info
31 x 10.50 on a standard offset wheel
33 x 12.50 on a standard offset wheel with Cutouts
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The provided tire/wheel fitments are approximate.
Actual dimensions of a given tire size can vary considerably from one brand to another.
Manufacturers’ wheel offset and backspacing measurement points are not always consistent.
Backspacing greatly impacts tire-to-fender clearance when turning.
Wheel width and backspacing influence whether the tires protrude past the fenders, and to what extent.
Considering these important factors, we recommend that you fit-check your tire/wheel selection prior to purchasing.
Optional extended length brake hoses recommended.
If vehicle is equipped with 2wd steering box conversion part number 2480 dropped pitman arm should not be used; use stock Bronco pitman arm.
Welding required to install #2475 radius arm drop brackets.
This “lift friendly” Ford suspension design features a solid (one-piece) front axle with coil springs and radius arms. New pre-set coil springs provide 3″ of front lift; 2.5″ blocks lift the rear. The lift kit includes front and rear Superide shock absorbers.
4-degree Poly C-bushings restore lost caster angle.
As lift height increases, the factory front track bar increasingly shifts the body/frame towards the passenger side, resulting in a slight amount of body/front axle misalignment. This is remedied by our optional adjustable track bar.
Other popular options include our replacement steering stabilizer, steering box brace, Poly radius arm and track bar bushings, and our adjustable drag link, which precisely centers the steering wheel.