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Old 08-13-2014, 06:56 PM   #1581
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sorry dont have anything that low for those.
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I have a 126wb 2wd tremor f150.... With the belltech 972sp kit, will i have to do anything with the driveshaft carrier bearing??? For angle purposes???
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TRANS shim will do it
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TRANS shim will do it
Thanks! I was the guy texting you yesterday.... Thanks for the help. Belltech is sending me the spacer direct... Great customer service!
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08 f150 stx
2/4 or 3/5??
400-500
it doesn't matter what kit it is I just want to know which drop is best for towing a trailer with dirt bikes in it

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Old 08-21-2014, 08:34 PM   #1586
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08 f150 stx
2/4 or 3/5??
400-500
it doesn't matter what kit it is I just want to know which drop is best for towing a trailer with dirt bikes in it

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the belltech kit is 585 for the 3/5 kit and then you use airlift helper bags and your set to go
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2004 F150 XLT 2wd
Looking for a 2/5 drop (Rather have slight rake in rear than front)
Reasonable but looking for a great kit, up to $1000 maybe
What combination of pieces will i need for this for since I've never seen an exact setup for it? i was thinking the belltech kit where it drops it as low as 3/5.5 but i feel as if 2/5.5 will have a dramatic rake to it.
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2004 F150 XLT 2wd
Looking for a 2/5 drop (Rather have slight rake in rear than front)
Reasonable but looking for a great kit, up to $1000 maybe
What combination of pieces will i need for this for since I've never seen an exact setup for it? i was thinking the belltech kit where it drops it as low as 3/5.5 but i feel as if 2/5.5 will have a dramatic rake to it.
id do the belltech kit 585 shipped and you can adjust it from 0 to 3 inches in front by 1/2 inch increments. so you can do 2 and 5.5 or 2.5 and 5.5
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1) what year truck? 2006
2) 2wd or 4wd? 2wd
3) how low do you want to go? 2/4. i have 24 inch wheel and tire combo
4) budget you want to be in? Under 800
5) belltech or djm item or both doesn't matter. does not matter as long everything comes in the kit. My truck has 149000 miles and needs new shocks and struts so i might as well drop it while i am replacing parts.

I only pull a trailer with a lawnmower on it. so towing is not really a big deal.

thanks in advance.
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1) what year truck? 2006
2) 2wd or 4wd? 2wd
3) how low do you want to go? 2/4. i have 24 inch wheel and tire combo
4) budget you want to be in? Under 800
5) belltech or djm item or both doesn't matter. does not matter as long everything comes in the kit. My truck has 149000 miles and needs new shocks and struts so i might as well drop it while i am replacing parts.

I only pull a trailer with a lawnmower on it. so towing is not really a big deal.

thanks in advance.

what tire size on it and does the wheel tuck or stick out?
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