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Old 04-06-2010, 06:37 PM   #1
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Default Any Ford Lowering questions post here 65-2010 trucks.

Guys ive done a lot of drop kits on the ford trucks over the past 15 years. Any questions you have any year truck just shoot it here. 2wd or 4wd ive worked with both so just ask and I'm glad to help. Not only do I install/sell these kits I offer 24/7 support so if you want to call me at 415 519 2432 feel free to do so.

Just need you to answer below questions so I can give you the best answer.
1) what year truck?
2) 2wd or 4wd?
3) how low do you want to go?
4) budget you want to be in?
5) belltech or djm item or both doesn't matter.


Here goes the suspension order page I will be adding pics up shortly
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1) 2010 F150 FX2
2) 2wd
3) Drop the backend to level out the ride
4) 500
5) Whatever works and works good and lasts
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Default lower rear

1) 03 Screw
2) 2wd
3) to match front
4) cheaper the better
5) whatever works and keeps the ride nice
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1) 03 Screw
2) 2wd
3) to match front
4) cheaper the better
5) whatever works and keeps the ride nice

2/4 djm kit i would go with. front springs rear shackles and hangers $360 shipped lower 48 states if you see it for less shoot me a link ill beat anyones prices
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1) '09 Screw XLT
2) 2 wd
3) 3" front/5" rear
4) cheapest but still has comfortable ride
5) anything

I'm thinking DJM 3209 but want confirmation from an expert like yourself

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1) '09 Screw XLT
2) 2 wd
3) 3" front/5" rear
4) cheapest but still has comfortable ride
5) anything

I'm thinking DJM 3209 but want confirmation from an expert like yourself

for a 09 3/5 DJM i sell them for $555 shipped. If you see it anywhere for cheaper shoot me a link and ill beat it.

the other option you would have would be belltech, Front adjustable struts for 3 inches and rear flip kit with new rear shocks. That would be $635 shipped and same thing if you see it cheaper ill beat it.

The last option is a little more expensive but hands down the best ride/handling.

Front belltech/kw adjustable coilovers/rear shocks. Both are double adjustable and stainless steel and best of all they have a lifetime warranty.

That set up above along with a rear djm flip kit would be $1650 if you wanted to do the belltech flip kit would be $1730


last option would be
belltech front struts for 3 inches
rear djm 5 inch kit
$475 shipped
Anything else just hollar.
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I am looking for the best ride, which should be better than stock. Mine is a bit stiff due to the towing package, 7000# or thereabouts.
1] 2010 Supercrew

2] 2WD

3] 2" front , 3"-4" rear

4] $1500

5] I have enquired about Roush, but no answer yet.
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I am looking for the best ride, which should be better than stock. Mine is a bit stiff due to the towing package, 7000# or thereabouts.
1] 2010 Supercrew

2] 2WD

3] 2" front , 3"-4" rear

4] $1500

5] I have enquired about Roush, but no answer yet.
Belltech double adjustable front coilovers with rear double adjustable shocks by far best ride that wil drop 0-3 inches in front. rear would be the djm 4 inch kit. $1740 shipped which is still a little more than $1500 but will kill the roush set u on handleing. Ive done quite a few of these trucks with that set up and it handles a lot better.

add in the belltech rear swaybar and truck handles like its on rails..


if your set on the $1500 dollar set up then this is the route
belltech front stainless steel fixed dampening rate coiloers
rear djm 4 inch kit
rear belltech swaybar
rear belltech street performance shocks
$1350 shipped and still is a lot better than the roush set up.


If you see it anywhere for cheaper shoot mea link ill beat it. Belltech also offers galvanized coilover struts but the stainless steel are about $135 more but much better due to the fact they are stainless steel.
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They have a belltech sway bar for the 09up F150? Interesting! How much those running?
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Belltech double adjustable front coilovers with rear double adjustable shocks by far best ride that wil drop 0-3 inches in front. rear would be the djm 4 inch kit. $1740 shipped which is still a little more than $1500 but will kill the roush set u on handleing. Ive done quite a few of these trucks with that set up and it handles a lot better.

add in the belltech rear swaybar and truck handles like its on rails..


if your set on the $1500 dollar set up then this is the route
belltech front stainless steel fixed dampening rate coiloers
rear djm 4 inch kit
rear belltech swaybar
rear belltech street performance shocks

$1350 shipped and still is a lot better than the roush set up.


If you see it anywhere for cheaper shoot mea link ill beat it. Belltech also offers galvanized coilover struts but the stainless steel are about $135 more but much better due to the fact they are stainless steel.

Sounds good, what can you tell me about complications with the drive shaft angle with such a set up?
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