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Old 07-01-2013, 12:08 PM   #1
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Default Tremor - thoughts and options for lowering

Thought I wouldn't clutter up the main 2014 Ford Tremor thread with talk about lowering it. I'm new to the idea, but it seems like the Tremor could stand to be lowered a few inches.

Perhaps even an airbag suspension to raise it up for winter wheels and tires?
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There is a thread on single cab trucks that are lowered. I think in this thread:
http://www.f150forum.com/f38/lets-se...rt-box-184408/

They will be allllll over this...

And I'm sure a call to Belltech, DJM- or even Tony (in this forum under DJM/Belltech direct) will get you answers.
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I would bag it, if I had the cash and I had purchased the 2wd platform. But would most likely run a static drop prior to that for a while. Until i decided to just bag it, or bag and body the truck.

4wd version, could go down some aswell, leveled on 33's wouldnt be bad either if thats what youre into.
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Is there a rear swaybar for the 2014 tremor? One that works well.
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If I had a Tremor, down it would go!

Of course, if I had enough money, bagging it would come to mind. But a basic lowering kit will suffice for my taste. This is all hypothetical though since there's no chance I'm getting one of those!
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before you do anything measure it. 2/4-3/4 over stock no issues
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[MENTION=9059]DJM/BELLTECH DIRECT[/MENTION] I would like to lower my 2014 FX2 Tremor, 126" wheelbase, either 2/4 or 3/4, it sits pretty level as it is. I need the best riding kit, I don't want to bottom out and I don't want to do a Cnotch, which kit/components would you recommend?
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[MENTION=9059]DJM/BELLTECH DIRECT[/MENTION] I would like to lower my 2014 FX2 Tremor, 126" wheelbase, either 2/4 or 3/4, it sits pretty level as it is. I need the best riding kit, I don't want to bottom out and I don't want to do a Cnotch, which kit/components would you recommend?

what does the truck measure right now from ground to fendelrip all around and also does it have a lifting block in rear?
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what does the truck measure right now from ground to fendelrip all around and also does it have a lifting block in rear?
He's got an fx2 tremor so I doubt it has a block
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He's got an fx2 tremor so I doubt it has a block
ive seen ford do some crazy stuff on 04 up trucks. Id rather him check just to be sure.
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