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Old April 6th, 2012, 09:37 AM   #1
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Default Coilovers on a 35 TTB

I'm looking to install coilovers on my 90 Bronco II. I've done a couple of searches on this sight with little or no results.

I currently have a 2" body lift. I'm now looking to install a 4" suspension lift besides. I'm about to install drop brackets on my TTB and extended radius arms.

Is there a Coilover made for this application or are they pretty much standard?
Is there a formula to go by or is it simply work out the mounting points using the amount of shock and spring travel desired?

Is there a coilover manufacturer you would recommend ?

I would also like to put a 4 link in the rear, but that's for another day.

I've just begun researching this idea, so please bare with me...

Thanks for your input,

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