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Hi wondering if anyone knows the original space between the axle tubes and frame for a 78 bronco? Mine definitely has lift springs and I want to replace them but not sure what lift they are.. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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Yo M,

Welcome!

For now, until the crew offers better information, 1978 Bronco Brochure by Indybronco (Lula Mae) at http://www.supermotors.net/clubs/superford/registry/1964/33111

 

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This page shows Axle Ground Clearance

78bb_bkcvr.jpg

 

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Hi Mo..,

Un-clear.., sounds like you're wanting to replace with the same size lift..?

What is there to gain from that..?  (BTW the newer engineered leafs do offer a softer ride if that's your goal)

 

I can't help except suggest doing the math by using your difference in tire size -- & roof height shown in

M5,s spec. sheet above..., against the height of your roof now.

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