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Now that the cry for aftermarket parts is starting to be heard there are many options when it comes to lift kits.

I know there are other threads and I've heard some comments here and there about them individually but I wanted to put it all together and hear what people like/dislike, what they have and what they want.

So this is what I have found so far,

My top picks

https://www.hrgengineering.com/2021-ford-bronco-sport

https://www.rtrvehicles.com/collections/bronco-sport-2021/products/rtr-billet-lift-kit-21-bronco-sport

https://www.roughcountry.com/ford-suspension-lift-kit-40100.html?find=2021-ford-bronco-sport-4wd-759082

https://www.readylift.com/blog/2021/06/28/2021-bronco-sport-1-5-sst-lift-kit/

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Woolworth has their 2" which is a little more than what I'm looking for.

https://fordrangerlifts.com/shop/ols/products/xn-2021-bronco-sport-2-level-lift-w28r

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They also make a front only 1.5" leveler, and a rear only 1.5" for towing,

https://fordrangerlifts.com/shop/ols/products/front-level-lift-only

https://fordrangerlifts.com/shop/ols/products/rear-lift-only-for-heavy-loads-roof-top-tents-and-towing

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And 4Wheel parts also makes a front only level lift,
https://www.4wheelparts.com/p/2021-Ford-Bronco-Sport-4-Wheel-Parts4WP-Factory-Leveling-Spacer-Kit-62207K/_/R-4WPBR-62207K?gclid=CjwKCAjwrPCGBhALEiwAUl9X00LQKssQ5yrd8lMcwN3cAiu2UtQCtIBaSxAo8JR-ieXP645g58slyBoCF_MQAvD_BwE&ppcfon=1&gp=1&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=SC%20Shopping%20-%20NTM%20Desktop&ecmp=s:google_1751570118
 

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Good to see them listed in one place, I was unaware of the RTR. Eibach was reported to be working on one, some time ago. Also, I'm hoping someone comes out with something other than just a spacer lift, maybe that will be Eibach.
 

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I got ready lift, but should have went with hrg, they don’t have strut rattle which I’m dealing with ready lift according to them they changed the spacer, which they claim I have the new one but will send out new ones. 4wp did the lift,Tuesday they are installing new ones we shall see. They are not very happy with having to reinstall them, they claim the tires are making the clunk noise over bumps( come on) had the tires before the lift and guess what no noise.
 
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I got ready lift, but should have went with hrg, they don’t have strut rattle which I’m dealing with ready lift according to them they changed the spacer, which they claim I have the new one but will send out new ones. 4wp did the lift,Tuesday they are installing new ones we shall see. They are not very happy with having to reinstall them, they claim the tires are making the clunk noise over bumps( come on) had the tires before the lift and guess what no noise.
Thank you, that is some great feedback. I've been thinking about how some companies are building them and the ones that are actually designing them. Ready Lift is definitely a strong contender. Better than Rough Country and the 4WP leveler so it seems. Dont back down, they need to deliver. And obviously the tires have nothing to do with it. Lol
 
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Good to see them listed in one place, I was unaware of the RTR. Eibach was reported to be working on one, some time ago. Also, I'm hoping someone comes out with something other than just a spacer lift, maybe that will be Eibach.
Eibach has been good at making full suspension upgrades with quality parts. I am curious to see what the might offer
 

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I got ready lift, but should have went with hrg, they don’t have strut rattle which I’m dealing with ready lift according to them they changed the spacer, which they claim I have the new one but will send out new ones. 4wp did the lift,Tuesday they are installing new ones we shall see. They are not very happy with having to reinstall them, they claim the tires are making the clunk noise over bumps( come on) had the tires before the lift and guess what no noise.
CHECK THIS OUT!!!
https://www.broncosportforum.com/forum/threads/potential-fix-to-aftermarket-leveling-kits-clunking.4087/#post-69388
 

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Daystar has a lift too, although I'm not sure when exactly it came out. I'm interested in it because the spacer is polyurethane and not metal, so no metal-on-metal contact. However, I'm sure some will say metal is more durable and will last longer. Whatever.

Here's the link for the lift kit: Daystar 1.5" Lift

Also, I emailed them for the instruction sheet and it is attached below.
 

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Daystar has a lift too, although I'm not sure when exactly it came out. I'm interested in it because the spacer is polyurethane and not metal, so no metal-on-metal contact. However, I'm sure some will say metal is more durable and will last longer. Whatever.

Here's the link for the lift kit: Daystar 1.5" Lift

Also, I emailed them for the instruction sheet and it is attached below.
That's an interesting option. I'm curious as to how hard they are. I had a lifted jeep that had polyurethane bushings in the leaf spring shackles. Those got way more punishment than these spacers would. I'd love to hear from someone that has this lift
 

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Eibach has been good at making full suspension upgrades with quality parts. I am curious to see what the might offer
Same. I had a set of Eibachs on a 98 Acura Integra back in the day.
 

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So I just got back from 4wp to have new parts from ready lift installed and 4wp said they are the same, so they did not want to do the install. They claimed it would still have same noises. So I guess ready lift still have not fixed their issues. I ordered a lift today from hg, I can’t live with that clunking noise. Hoping this will solve it,looking at just doing the front for now. Also getting the camber bolts don’t know if they are needed, it’s an option to get them so don’t know if they are required. I will keep a updated when new leveling kit is installed. Any one know if the camber bolts are need most other 1.5” kits don’t require them.
 

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Any one know if the camber bolts are need most other 1.5” kits don’t require them.
Did you get an alignment after installing the other kit? That should give you a clue. If you got an alignment and a camber adjustment was unnecessary then it will likely be unnecessary for this lift kit too (you're moving things the same amount).
 

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Did you get an alignment after installing the other kit? That should give you a clue. If you got an alignment and a camber adjustment was unnecessary then it will likely be unnecessary for this lift kit too (you're moving things the same amount).
Yes 4wp did the install, and the alignment. I did not think about it that way sound right. Thanks for your input
 


 
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