51-17200 Coil Springs, 6.5″ Lift, w/Winch, for Early Bronco
6.5″ lift with winch. Sold as a pair.
Our coils are American made to our specs. They are linear coils, so each coil takes its share of the load and gives its share of flex. The result is a very flexible coil that gives a great ride but does not sag.
Use the guide below to help you determine which coil you need:
We have determined that a stock Bronco will measure 7″ from the top of the front axle tube to the bottom of the frame. If you jack your early Bronco body up to where you want it and measure between these two points, then subtract the 7″, the result should give you the lift you are looking for. If you are running a winch, select the winch coils for the lift you want.
We cannot know your Bronco, so when you get the coils, set them in and put the weight of your vehicle on them. Push the body down a few times to seat the springs and look at how the Bronco sets. If you like the look, finish the installation.
If you do not like the height, return them in new condition and let us know how which size coils you would prefer, and we will exchange them. You will be responsible for return shipping.
After you have finished installing any of the above parts, you need to check to be sure that there are no binds or other hindrances to free movement.
Some places to check are (at full droop):
Does the driveshaft bind? Are the brake lines stretched? Does the upper track bar bushing bind? Does the drag link bind at the tie rod or pitman arm? Does the tie rod hit the shocks or the track bar bolt on the diff? At full compression, do the diff and/or tie rods hit the oil pan? Does the tie rod contact the drop pitman arm?
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