To each his own. I've had both and don't drive a lowered truck because it is impractical for my needs. However, driving a lowered truck that handles great with a powerful V8 is a lot of fun and still more comfortable than a car because of the upright seating position and the cavernous cabin. Plus it can still haul more than a car.
That being said, I don't like the tiny import like tires in them. For me, I prefer more muscular sport truck tires.
I would never own a lowered truck but I appreciate the work that goes into them. Love the way they look but I'm a lifted truck guy. I have owned lifted 2&4WD. It boils down to whatever the owner wants!
Silver 2013 F-150 Supercrew 5.0L FX2
Boss Coilover Suspension, 275/60R20 Nitto Terra Grapplers, Airaid Jr Intake, Banks Monster Muffler, Mag-Hytec, SCT Tuned By Torrie @ Unleashed Tuning
Is that a limited front bumper and is that a traction bar bracket in the second picture or part of the drop components?
If it is traction bars. More info please!
Yes - thats a Harley (or Limited) front bumper. The bracket is the front spring shackle for the drop kit - not a traction bar. Not crazy about it hanging down like that, but it hasn't hit anything and its the only way to drop it and retain the pinion angle without re-positioniong and re-welding the spring brackets.
PS - Just being a smart-*** on the opening thread statements about lowered vs. lifted trucks. I agree - to each his own.
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