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colonelblue colonelblue is offline

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  1. BrentAdams646
    03-28-2012 03:51 PM - permalink
    BrentAdams646
    What drop kit do you have? is it a 4/6 or a 3/5. Good looking truck.
  2. blueovalnotch65
    10-13-2010 05:49 PM - permalink
    blueovalnotch65
    I only had rubbing at full lock and it was tire vs swaybar. I took the spacers off and went with a real lift. I was having issues with the traction control kicking in while turning and during any rough road surface. It was horrible. Once I tossed the spacers and went with the lift it all went away and drives perfect. I believe the angle that the spacers put on the control arms, is too much and turning increases those angles, causing the tcs to kick I .

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    Ford
    Model
    Fx2
    Year
    2011
    Engine
    Eco

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  • Join Date: 09-29-2010

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