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0-3" Adjustable Coilovers

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  1. Mjanski
    05-03-2015 12:23 AM - permalink
    Mjanski
    Alex,

    I have a 2015 f150 5.0 with 3.73 6.5 bed Lariant with 275/55/20 stock wheels. One of the first things I am looking at doing is putting bigger tires on but not crazy big. I am debating between 275/65/20 KO2 or 285/65/20. I want to level the truck but stuck between doing a spacer or coil over change out to the boss. I like the way the 15 rides which is very comfy like a caddie so which route will not impact the ride. Probably going to leave the back alone and do just a 2 or 2.5 to the front and just change the shocks in rear. Any suggestions on a good setup?
  2. Ford_Phanatic
    01-06-2015 10:57 AM - permalink
    Ford_Phanatic
    I have a 2013 f150 fx4 and i wanted to ask, if I put a 4" rough country lift and 295/70/18 nitto terra grapplers, will a wheel with a 0 offset make it rub?
  3. NickMax
    12-04-2014 09:19 PM - permalink
    NickMax
    To the guys at F150Lifts.com, could you give me some advice to leveling my truck.. I just bought an 09 F150 with ballistic wheels and 33in tires. I'd really like to have that leveled look though. I work in the pipeline industry so something that doesn't put my front end parts at risk would be helpful... I would love to get your BOSS kit that comes with everything needed, just cant afford it right now. So any alternative suggestions would be great!


    Thank you,
    Nick
  4. mikep10175
    02-15-2014 04:20 PM - permalink
    mikep10175
    I was just about sold on the 5100 height adjustable fronts with the matching 5100 rears when I came accross your "ultimate lift kit". From what I can tell, your kit is using the same set up, but also comes with new springs aswell as rear 2" blocks and U-bolts. Is this the only difference (using new springs instead of reusing factory springs)? (If so, is there any differnce in the new springs compared to the OEM springs?) Or is there more to the kit than that?

    Also, I drive a 2004 screw 2wd... will this kit work for me?

    Thanks in advance. Hope to hear from you soon...
  5. ReefDonkey
    01-08-2014 06:48 PM - permalink
    ReefDonkey
    eta: wrong spot
  6. F150Lifts.com
    11-22-2013 05:25 PM - permalink
    F150Lifts.com
    Thank you for visiting our page. We are a small business in Northglenn, Colorado. We manufacture all our parts in the USA! All our parts come with a Lifetime Warranty. Want to talk? Just give us a call, we answer the phone! 303 518-2114. With your help we hope to grow and be your "go to shop", for all your F150 needs. Thanks again for your support! www.F150Lifts.com

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