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Old 09-12-2002, 06:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help with lowering Coil Buckets

Any one have any experence to share? My buddy just put 39.5 Boggers on his 92 F-150 (SAS, 9 inch suspention lift, 3 inch body lift) The Boggers rub on the fender and he would like to avoild cutting the fenders. He is thinking either a 3" coil spacer or 12" coils. I think he could just lower his buckets 3" and weld some 3x3 steel tube to the frame behind the buckets. What do y'all think?

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Old 09-13-2002, 02:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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This guy did that for his 78 Bronco


I built him a huge crossmember for the lower half of the towers


I used 3x4x3/8" angle iron with 2x2x3/16" sqaure tube. I'm still waiting for pictures of it installed. BTW, have you got any recent pictures of yours? Last I read anywhere, you only had the front Rockwell installed. I'm curious to know how the rest of it turned out
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Old 09-13-2002, 07:08 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Actualy it was the rear Rockwell installed. I have been a sorry SOB for the past 6 months and have had the front of the Bronco sitting on jack stands with the front axle laying on the ground. I finally got in gear and two weeks ago I fabed up some coil mounts for the front springs (9" superlift coils, and the mounts raise the spring 8" from the top of the axle"). I have the DOM tubing for the links sitting on my back porch, but I don't have any rod ends yet. It seems every one around here who is working on there truck is just about to the point of getting it right, and here I am sitting on my behind, it makes for good motivation so any day now I am gonna start working on it again. When I get somewhere I will post pics.

Thanks for asking and thanks for your pics
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