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Old 01-23-2013, 11:17 AM
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F-150 knuckles for Expedition?

Hi All.


New here and Need some help.


I installed a 3”/2” lift kit onto my 2010 EB EL Expedition.
At full drop, the front A arms and the ball joints contact/hit the spring and I would like to replace the original steering knuckles with taller ones.


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The problem is, there aren’t any replacement taller knuckles for the 2007-ON Expedition, nor any lift kits (less those 3” spacers) for that matter.


My question is: Does the F-150 (any year model) have the same front suspensions configuration as the 2007-ON Expedition - Are there any F-150 knuckles that are bolt on replacement to the EXPY, so I could install taller knuckles (from F-150 lift kit) in my 2010 EXPY?


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7 days, 106 views, not one answer…


Wrong forum ???


Anyone?
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I think that it hasn't been done before and no one has the knowledge base to know if the parts would interchange. I saw your posts on the other board with the same questions and I don't think anyone had an answer over there either. Most guys just do the 3/2 lift and call it a day.
Sorry I know that doesnt really help but at least you got a reply

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Old 01-29-2013, 08:57 PM
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It is something..
Thanks Matt
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