So I've been reading a ton, and a simple conclusion I've cone down to is the new bronco is practically a ranger raptor. Both ranger raptor and bronco use same 5 link rear set up both have a track width of 69 inches. Bronco is ranger frame based. Now armed with this knowledge ot should mean doing factory conversion to a long travel m210 front suspension set up rather easy and cheaper than buying a aftermarket control arm with CVS. A locking m210 front differential will run you 1800 from ford performance, which you can get gears for unlike the m190. You'll need to run the CVS from obviously the bronco which in terms should work perfectly with control arms. This is all in theory and based off everything I've read and the fact that the bronco is pretty much an everest/ ranger raptor. Stock ranger track width is 61 inches. A gain of roughly 8 inches does a ton for travel. I'm contemplating this a lot and trying to do as much research as possible before venturing down this path, but it may be a path I take due to ford fucking me on my bronco order. I've posted on bronco6g about it which the rather famous Michael cox ended up with my fucked order. That has lead me to this path that in hind sight a truck is more useful and if all parts are interchangeable may be something to look into.