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  1. Rainsfather
    05-16-2013 11:13 AM - permalink
    Rainsfather
    Need to see if you can get me a price on rear drop shocks for a 2012 F-150 RCSB 2wd. I am running DJM kit RK3209-5. Shipped to 73122. Thank you.
  2. Silver09
    04-07-2013 09:00 PM - permalink
    Silver09
    im looking for a 3/5 drop kit for my 09 rcsb . they told me to go with the 971Sp kit.Can you pm me with a price
  3. dyerjg
    11-27-2012 10:19 PM - permalink
    dyerjg
    Hi,
    I want to lower my 07 F150, 4.2 single cab short bed. I already have the drop shackles on it now. What kit would be best for me? I have used DJM kits in the past. I would like a 4/6 drop. Is this doable, I know the back would be a flip kit with a notch, but how can I get the front down 4 inches? Pleas let me know a shipped price to 73505, Lawton, OK.
    Thanks,
    John
  4. Youngone2012
    11-25-2012 01:45 PM - permalink
    Youngone2012
    Can te flip kit be used without the carrier bearing kit? I am running te 3" shackles with out it
  5. Tanker19Kilo
    09-29-2012 09:12 PM - permalink
    Tanker19Kilo
    Hello name is Jason and I have an 03 F150 king ranch super crew . Was looking at the bell tech 3/5 kit with street performance shocks. I want better handling and performance in the way of street races . Don't want it to low as I still want a truck to do truck stuff lol. Would like it level and mean looking
  6. Spadey
    07-10-2012 08:35 PM - permalink
    Spadey
    Have you installed any shackels on 09-12? Pros and Cons? Or should I just stay away from lowering the rear this way. Thanks for all your advice.
  7. domjaun
    05-14-2012 03:12 PM - permalink
    domjaun
    Hello,I have a 07 F150 SCREW and I have already put two inch lowering shackles on it and it is still 2 inches higher than the front. Can I take my stock lifting block out? I would get another inch this way. I was also debating a 2/4 or 2.5/4 drop. Which kit should I go with? I have a bike that I haul every now and then, it weighs about 750lbs. Basically if I understand this right, if I go with lowering it 4 inches in the rear it will only be 2 inches lower than right now since I installed the two inch shackles or would it be an inch lower since you dont use the stock lifting blocks with the flip kit? I really dont want any alignment issues so I dont want to go to low. I have the stock 20 inch wheels with the 275/?/20, they are the stock size 20 inch tires.
  8. hbc15
    05-08-2012 04:53 PM - permalink
    hbc15
    Hey whats the width and backspacing/offset on the wheels you have on your truck? the fitment is perfect
  9. 97madness
    02-19-2012 05:59 PM - permalink
    97madness
    Do you recall the style of wheel you had on your truck in this pic...

    http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a1.../DSC007771.jpg
  10. Droop408
    09-29-2011 02:57 PM - permalink
    Droop408
    on the lastest issue of truckin mag, they show a drop that they perform on a new(er) silverado with 22's consisting of Belltech's Stage III 4/6 drop. That is the perfect look I want for my 06 2wd supercrew. I also have 22's and was wondering how streetable that setup is. The article says it is a complete, reliable setup. Can I expect the same ride quality/streetabilty for my ford?? Thanx in adv.

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    I will beat anyones pricing on DJM or Belltech Drop parts and BACK UP MY SALES WITH 24/7 SUPPORT! Call or text me 24/7 415 519 2432 with any questions or email tony@tbssowners.com I not only sell these kits but also install them so can help you with any questions you may have.

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