Determine the amount of lift you want to achieve and choose a leveling kit that provides that height. Most leveling kits offer a 1-3 inch lift, which is typically enough to level the front of the vehicle with the rear. 1-inch kits are cheaper, require less work, are easier to install, and retain the factory ride while 3-inch kits offer better ground clearance, can accommodate larger tires, and look better.
Choose a leveling kit made from high-quality materials such as billet aluminum or steel. This ensures durability, reliability, and longevity. Some also go for cast iron units which are the sturdiest of the bunch, but also tend to be difficult to work with and by far the heaviest.
Choose a leveling kit from a reputable brand with a history of producing quality products. Research the brand and read reviews from other Bronco owners who have installed their leveling kits. Go on off-road forums or YouTube and do your research. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask us directly!
More expensive leveling kits tend to be more effective at actually leveling out the car, especially if your Bronco is already heavily modified so the rear-to-front weight balance is really off. As such, if you are thorough with your mods, don’t skimp on a good leveling lift kit.