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Old 02-25-2013, 03:29 PM   #51
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the kit u are talking about is it Belltech double adjustable front coilovers with rear double adjustable shocks
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have you had any experience with the Ground force kit? I am looking to do a 2/4 drop on a 2013 FX2. Running a few idea through my head one is the ground force kit #9861 and another is to piece to gather something like a JDM flip for rear and coil overs (K&W) for the front.
I want the best ride i can and less hassle with the drive shaft vibrations.
also have you heard of any issues with a dual exhaust system installed? I have a solo-performance Dual system on my 5.0 engine.
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have you had any experience with the Ground force kit? I am looking to do a 2/4 drop on a 2013 FX2. Running a few idea through my head one is the ground force kit #9861 and another is to piece to gather something like a JDM flip for rear and coil overs (K&W) for the front.
I want the best ride i can and less hassle with the drive shaft vibrations.
also have you heard of any issues with a dual exhaust system installed? I have a solo-performance Dual system on my 5.0 engine.


I dont touch ground force anymore. Overpriced and ive had dual 2.5 inch with a 5.5 belltech flip with no issues. there is more then enough space over the axle.
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not taking anything away from mcgaughys they are a great product but after belltech came out with the drop struts they couldnt make a drop strut so just came out with relocators which repositions the spring lower on the shock but you still have the stock shock in there and its not designed to be lowered on.

the belltech front kit you can lower and on the belltech/kw double adjustable coilovers those things handle so nice and you can dial in the ride exactly as you want.

in rear 4 inch kit with the djm lowered climax shocks ive never had a issue with. Some people rather just do the flip kit djm to save money for 4 inches but then run the new belltech front struts/rear shocks which is another great set up.

front belltech drop struts 0-3 inch drop struts
rear belltech street performance shocks
rear djm 4 inch flip kit
$650 shipped to your door if you see it for less ill beat it.
Are you still selling these? Is there anything else I need to buy?
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