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Old 10-14-2005, 12:29 PM
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Snow plow setup

I'm looking at getting a 2nd Bronco to replace the one I have now (I'm north of the rust belt) and I want to set it up for my snow plow. My question is should I go with a lift kit to get the frame up a little more with weight of the snow plow on it or just stick with the heavy duty springs & shocks on the front end?
 
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Old 10-14-2005, 01:43 PM
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You might consider a leveling kit to go with the heavy duty spring/shock setup. It will help considering The Bronco sits just a little nose heavy in stock form and adding a couple hundred pounds will only make it worse. The kit usually consists of a pair of 1.5-2" polyurethane spacers that go under the front coil springs and a pair of longer studs to hold the spring and spacer down.
 
 
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