With their latest build, Baja Kits set out to create one of the first long-travel kits for the Ford Bronco. They started out with a 2021 Ford Bronco Outer Banks edition as the platform, which is typically a more city focused iteration. The Outer Banks edition comes standard with a 2.3L Eco Boost engine (Baja Kits opted for the 2.7L here), 10-speed automatic transmission, GOAT (Go Over All Terrains) modes, 4WD, and removable doors and roof. Baja Kits long travel kit transforms this already capable Bronco into an off-road beast.

Baja Kits designed long travel billet upper control arms, trailing arms, upper links, pivot plates, and heavy duty steel lower control arms. They were able to add 3" of width to each side (for a 6" overall track width increase) and 12" of wheel travel. In addition to the full suspension upgrade, they also added King shocks, Rigid Industries lighting, BF Goodrich 37" tires, and Method 705 Bead Grip wheels to complete the transformation. The end result is a true off-road vehicle, capable of traversing the most difficult terrains.


Baja Kits - Billet Upper Control Arms w/ Rod Ends & Uniballs
Baja Kits - Heavy Duty Steel Weldment Lower Control Arms
Baja Kits - Adds 3" width to Each side (6" overall track increase), 12" wheel travel
Baja Kits - Billet Trailing Arms (Custom King Blue Anodize)
Baja Kits - Billet Upper Links
Baja Kits - Billet Pivot Plates
Baja Kits - Bolt-On Bypass Mount
King - Front/ Rear 2.5" Coilcovers w/ Compressor Adjusters
King - Rear 2.5" 2 Tube Bypass Shocks
Alcon - Brake Calipers/ Rotors

Method Race Wheels - 705 Bead Grip Titanium 17x8.5
BF Goodrich - KM3 37x12.5

ADD - Stealth Front Bumper w/ Skid Plate
ADD - Stealth Rear Bumper
Rigid Industries - 30" RDS Light Bar
Rigid Industries - 2D Pods (x4)

Icom - 50W Radio






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