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Old 06-18-2015, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default Maxtrac '09-'15 4" spindles are coming!!!

Maxtrac Suspension is proud to announce that we are in development of a 4" lift spindle & 6" complete lift kit for the 2009-2015 2WD F-150's!!! Details coming soon!!!

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yess sub'd I can't wait to hear more details, this is the route I want to go with my 2010 2wd!
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yess sub'd I can't wait to hear more details, this is the route I want to go with my 2010 2wd!
Sounds good! I will be posting updates as we make more headway. Thank you!
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Any updates on when the spindles will be released?
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As of right now we are thinking that it will be for SEMA/beginning of November but if we can release them any sooner we definitely will and we will keep everyone updated. Thank you! -- Sean
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*** UPDATE!!! *** We would like to present to you our 2009-2015 F-150 2WD 6" suspension kit PROTOTYPE. This was our last test fit on our brand new soon-to-be-released 4" spindle and we definitely think it passed the test. With the addition of our 2" strut spacer up front we are able to achieve 6" of lift without the need for crossmembers. The rear has our 3" blocks and Maxtrac twin tube gas charged shocks. This kit is designed to clear a 35" tall tire on a 18x9 (or larger) wheel with a 5" backspace or less. We have installed 37x12.50 Nitto Trail Grapplers on our truck by removing the factory crash bars. These spindles should be ready to go by Early November or sooner so keep an eye out! I will definitely be updating this thread as we make more and more progress. Thanks guys, we appreciate the support we have received so far!

2015 F-150 XLT 2WD. Maxtrac Suspension 6" complete lift kit. 20x9 XD Bully Wheels. 37"x12.50"x20" Nitto Trail Grappler Tires...
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What kind of pricing are you looking at for these kits? I don't really need a 6 inch lift on a 2WD for my needs, but a 4" might be about right.
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What kind of pricing are you looking at for these kits? I don't really need a 6 inch lift on a 2WD for my needs, but a 4" might be about right.
Hi how's it going? We will definitely be offering a 4" kit as well which will include our spindles w/ brakelines, rear blocks, U-bolts and a pair of rear shocks. As far as pricing goes, you will need to contact one of our dealers as we do not sell any products retail. We probably won't have pricing finalized until we get closer to the release date though but definitely check back here and when we are getting close and pricing becomes available through our dealers, I will let everyone know. Thank you and have a good one! -- Sean
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That looks great. But I wouldnt be removing the crash bars just to fit 37s.
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That looks great. But I wouldnt be removing the crash bars just to fit 37s.
Thank you! Yeah we definitely do not recommend removing them but we have since installed an ADD front bumper which requires removing them anyways. Definitely not something we advise and if you do remove them it is at your own risk!!
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