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  1. dukedaddy
    12-05-2017 01:44 AM - permalink
    I am new to forum, I had seen your correspondence with some fellows online and wanted to ask you about my truck.
    It is a 2003 f150 extended cab with a v6. I want to lower it but am unsure how much... I love the raked look (lower front end-slightly higher rear), it is my daily driver, and I occasionally will pull a small trailer of carry a fairly heavy load.
    I have search online and don't see kits specific for the v6- I wasn't sure it the weight difference in engines would matter.
    Any help you could offer would be appreciated.
    do you sell lowering kits?
    john byrd (duke daddy)
  2. loadchris83
    03-12-2017 02:23 PM - permalink
    Hi Tony,

    I know I asked you before, but I can't remember the price. Looking for a 2/4 Kit for my 2014 FX2. I'm going from lifted to lowered if that means anything. I do still have my stock coils though. Also, will I need to shim my driveshaft? I know that was a problem a year or 2 ago.

  3. Totemus
    03-01-2017 10:05 PM - permalink
    Hi. I posted on the F150 forum but don't know if you had a chance to look at the post.
    2016 F150 FX4 XLT
    Looking to lower the truck. Not sure what is the maximum possible level without any serious modifications.
    Budget within $800-$1000.
    Any kit that provides a good handling without compromising a ride quality.
  4. ljm73
    12-18-2016 02:59 PM - permalink
    I have a 2014 Ford F-150 2wd. Researching online, and cannot get a real answer on the front strut difference between 2014 vs 2015 front struts. The second question is that belltech has a strut part number 25007 made for 2015. 0-3" drop. Currently useing calmax ca's 3" drop. Looking to change due to constant creaking noise.
  5. ausreed93
    11-05-2016 07:19 PM - permalink
    I have a 2016 f150 crew cab short bed I'm installing a belltech 3/5.5 kit on and I'm currently working on the carrier bearing install. Problem is it won't torque to the 50ft/lb like the instructions say. Instead it looks like it buckling the crossmember.

    Also on the rear shackles that come with the kit, the bolt heads look extremely close to the frame like they are going to hit, as well as the shackle themselves.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated
  6. 1sikFX4
    05-28-2016 08:53 AM - permalink
    Hey! I have a 2013 Fx4 and am looking into lower it. I'm thinking a 3/5 would be nice. But it's a daily driver and i drive 1000 kms per week so maybe a 2/4 is better for reliabaility and comfort. What do you have for kits and could i have prices with them. I am in the toronto area so shipping to canada might kill me. Thanks

  7. Dmatkov
    06-12-2015 06:21 PM - permalink
    Hi Tony,
    What kit are you recommending? Shocks included in this price? Approximate shipping to Hamilton Ontario Canada?
  8. lazykc226
    06-03-2015 04:49 PM - permalink
    Looking for a 2/4 drop on a 2011 f150 scab. I talked to u in the past but can't remember the price. Belltech front and djm rear with sway bars and shocks
  9. jme823
    05-07-2015 11:30 PM - permalink
  10. jme823
    05-03-2015 06:42 PM - permalink
    I'm in the market to add the djm lower control arms to my belltech kit. I'm looking at the 2 inch version. 48092 is the zipcode. thank you Jamie

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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 [email protected] I not only sell these kits but also install them so can help you with any questions you may have.


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