Category: 80-96 F-Series Steering & Suspension

This 1987 Ford F-150 Might Just Convert the Box Haters


Boxy, mid-to-late-’80s Ford trucks are an acquired taste. Some people love ’em, some people hate ’em. But when we run across an example as nice as this 1987 F-150, we just can’t help but pass it along.

  Comments | By - October 10, 2016

Three Types of Ford Suspensions


Ford has had three different types of front suspensions for nearly all of their trucks. Each comes with its own advantages and disadvantages and in this article we’ll take a quick look into each one. We’ll start with the solid axle, and then go through the toughest independent system known as the Twin-I/Twin-Traction Beam. Finally, we’ll […] More »

  Comments | By - September 5, 2014

Installing A Dick Cepek Series II 6″ lift kit

  By Bob Kennedy   The removal of the axle was about the easiest thing to do. This took about 3 hours. It consisted of removing the pitman arm, shocks, coil spring retainer, the Radius Arm nuts and the TTB Pivot bolts. It sat on 2 floor jacks as I did this, releasing the jacks […] More »

  Comments | By - August 2, 2004