Yeah, it all depends on what you are planning to do long term. I put the Synergy bracket in and later went with the PSC Big Bore Hydro Assist steering kit, still have the bracket, but the steering box shaft won't fit. :LOL:
You aren't wrong. If you are planning on keeping it stock, then I would take it to the dealer to complain and have them address the issue. If you plan on putting bigger tires on at some point, then this will take care of the issue now and as well as when you put bigger tires on.
I am impressed with the new Bronco for what it is. If you are interested in doing difficult off-roading I think the Wrangler platform is clearly the way to go with the solid front axle. I don't see being able to go beyond 35 inch tires with the Bronco without major mods and I mean...
I am in Gilbert, but we can coordinate a pick-up anywhere in the Valley.
4 Rubicon Shocks
5 BFG AT Tires - 9300 miles on 4, 0 on the 5th, with TPMS
4 Rubicon Springs
1 Track Bar
PM me if interested.
Any forum discount code? Also, I am interested in the front diff glide plate for my 2018 Rubicon JL. Will the JK plate work or do I need a JL specific version due to the new diff covers with the new axles? I know Wayolife has one, but I want to make sure I order the right one.
Set of 5 standard Rubicon wheels for sale with lugs.
9300 miles on 4 tires, 0 miles on the spare.
Phoenix Metro Area
$1100 OBO, PM me if interested. TPMS included.
I will also throw in the Rubicon Shocks, Springs and Track Bar.