What to Look Out for When Buying Ford Bronco Coilover Kits?
Coilover Kits vs Separate Front and Back Coilovers
If you go for a Ford Bronco coilover kit, you are going to enjoy a more seamless integration that allows you to make the most out of integrated tuning which allows for adjustments to ride height, damping, and other settings in a unified manner.
This can simplify the tuning process and make it easier to achieve the desired suspension performance. Purchasing separate front and rear coilover units allows for more customization and fine-tuning of the suspension.
This can be beneficial if you have specific requirements or want to optimize the suspension setup for different driving conditions or preferences.
Coilover Lifts, Adjustability, and Driving Environment
One of the best things about coilovers is that they offer you a significant increase in ride height without making any notable trade-offs in the driving department.
We offer custom Ford Bronco coilover kits that are going to raise your Bronco up to 7 inches which is as high as one can go with a Bronco. If you pair that with adjustability, you are getting the best of both worlds.
The adjustability of the lift kit within the 0 to 7-inch range offers versatility, allowing you to customize the lift height according to your specific needs and preferences.
Whether you require a mild increase for improved aesthetics or a more substantial lift for extreme off-roading, this range provides flexibility to suit your desired level of lift.
When it’s time to go home or do a long slog on the highway, you can lower down your Bronco and enjoy a more comfortable and efficient ride home.
Build Materials and Durability
Most Ford Bronco coilovers are made out of steel or aluminum while polyurethane or strong rubber is usually used for bushings and isolators within the kit.
This is enough for most people as these build materials are able to do the trick in most situations. However, if you want to maximize your setup, a billet aluminum coilover kit will offer you the best durability for extreme off-roading.
Last, but not least, consider protective coatings such as zinc coating or powder coating to keep your setup looking fresh for many years to come.