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Old 05-01-2014, 01:13 AM   #351
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My 2013 FX2 Ecoboost lowered 4/6 pulling my dovetail trailer on factory wheels and also the new sneakers.
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@Simple_FX2 Specs on your drop. Notched in rear? Overall ride quality?
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My 2013 FX2 Ecoboost lowered 4/6 pulling my dovetail trailer on factory wheels and also the new sneakers.
Love it ! Those wheels are killer
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^^^this. I want to lower mine 3/5 but concerned about towing my bass boat. Helper bags?
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^^^this. I want to lower mine 3/5 but concerned about towing my bass boat. Helper bags?
With helper bags there would be nothing to worry about.
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Old 05-01-2014, 12:55 PM   #356
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@Simple_FX2 Specs on your drop. Notched in rear? Overall ride quality?
I am running the Belltech 972SP kit. After the kit settled I measured 4/6 drop. This kit is utilizes struts in the front and am axle flip kit in the rear. The ride quality never changed after installing the kit. Once I installed the 24X10 Sardinia-6 wheels is when the ride quality suffered a little.
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With helper bags there would be nothing to worry about.
Exactly! I am running the firestone ride-rite 2525 kit. Firestone said this kit does not work with FX2 but I never noticed a reason why. I had to make some adjustments to the lower bag mounts, relocate brake lines, and have longer ubolts made to accommodate the axle flip kit. BUT I tow with my truck all the time.
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Exactly! I am running the firestone ride-rite 2525 kit. Firestone said this kit does not work with FX2 but I never noticed a reason why. I had to make some adjustments to the lower bag mounts, relocate brake lines, and have longer ubolts made to accommodate the axle flip kit. BUT I tow with my truck all the time.
that's good to hear. Thanks for the info.
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My 2013 FX2 Ecoboost lowered 4/6 pulling my dovetail trailer on factory wheels and also the new sneakers.
Damn thats a nice truck
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