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Bronco Sport lifted with 1.5” Rough Country, with 245/65/17 All Terrain Tires and 17x8 Wheels (+38 offset).

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Looks awesome! Any idea what was used to black out the Bronco/Bronco Sport lettering?
 

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Can I fit 245/65R17 K02 BFGs without lifting on a badlands?
 

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Can I fit 245/65R17 K02 BFGs without lifting on a badlands?
Didn't the other guy on here put that size on a Big Bend (w/factory std. wheels) with no lift? The optional tire on a Badlands is already 29", this is a 29 1/2" tire (by P-metric size anyway).
 

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Now if you could fit 31s that would make for about 9.8" of clearance on a Badlands. That would be nice!
 

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I'm definitely keeping an eye on this thread for the future - if I end up with a Sport Badlands I may look to such mods down the line!
 
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Rough Country has the kit on their site and at a really good price, $249.99. If it doesn't cause any warranty issues I'm pretty sure I'll be getting it. Not as straight forward of an install as their 2" lift I have on my Grand Cherokee but not too bad. Link to the part 1.5IN FORD SUSPENSION LIFT KIT (2021 BRONCO SPORT)
 

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Interesting notes... unless there is a different kit number for BL/FE.

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Interesting notes... unless there is a different kit number for BL/FE.

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Somehow I completely missed that very important bit of info. I need to drink more coffee before looking for parts. Thanks for sharing it. They seem to only have the one kit on the site. Hope they have one for the BL by the time I order one in the next couple of months.
 

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Any further impressions/thoughts driving or otherwise?
 

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