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Old 08-27-2014, 05:15 PM   #11
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Better ride, adjustable while assembled on the truck, Eibach 700lb/in coil spring. Not comparable to stock coil spring. The stock coil spring is in the 435 lb/in range.

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[MENTION=156426]F150Lifts.com[/MENTION] how would you compare the ride comfort/control of these vs some Bilstein 5100's at 1.5" on stock coils?
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Bump!

$600??????
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Damnit...purse strings too tight at the moment. I wish I could help you out of a bind, but the CFO would chit-a-brick. Sorry to hear about the financial hardships bud, keep your head up!
Free bump and good luck with the sale.
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These are for lifting or lowering the truck?
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Old 08-28-2014, 03:48 PM   #15
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Lifting. They are adjustable while on the truck from stock height to 3" of lift.

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These are for lifting or lowering the truck?
What he said. They go from stock to 3" via adjustable collars that can be turned while on the truck so if you want to change the ride height it's easy to do, it's like getting several level kits and new shocks in one.
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Quick question. If fully set uo to lift 3" is there any issues with the upper control arm or any of the angles on the truck.
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Quick question when adjusted to lift 3" is there any issues with upper control arm or angles of moving parts on the truck.
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Quick question when adjusted to lift 3" is there any issues with upper control arm or angles of moving parts on the truck.
They are obviously changed but the F150 lift guys put over 20,000 miles using stock arms and components at 3"!

I've run my Bilsteins that I have now at 2.25" (which is what I have the coilovers set at now) and they have been on for two years and no problems with angles.

You will hear horror stories but take them with a grain of salt as thousands and thousands run them.
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Did you have these mounted on your truck, or do they only have the 1000 or so test miles from F150Lifts?
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