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DJM I beams

Mine has the load leaf removed only and has I6. I just ordered the DJM beams. I have the easy ride setup. could I just flip the front hanger and should I trim the front coil any. Im planning on doing the beams this week.Click the image to open in full size.
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DJM Beams, 1 coil cut and Djm Shackle and hanger kit


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I haven't posted my lowered 67 in a while
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that looks GOOOD
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5oh nice truck. What wheels are you running, and are you using crown Vic front with 8.8 rear or something else? Nice color as well.
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5oh nice truck. What wheels are you running, and are you using crown Vic front with 8.8 rear or something else? Nice color as well.
Thanks. Yep, crown vic/ explorer rear. The wheels are true forged victories, 20x8.5 and 20x13
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Here's mine, it's not finished yet.

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what size wheels are on this truck and how much was it lowered
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what size tires and how much was it lowered
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DJM Beams, 1 coil cut and Djm Shackle and hanger kit


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That looks just right IMHO.
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1slow5o, if you scroll up like 3 posts he says what size the rims are.
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my white 72

My white 72 has Shelby CS69 rims 8.5 x 20 and 10 x 20 rears. Nitto 420s tires 255/40 x 20 and 285/40 x 20 rears the truck has been lowered 7-8 inches using a fatman fab front end and T bird IRS rear. I'm in the process of reworking the inner fenders as they hit when the front suspension bottoms out, should have they installed in a few weeks.
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This is just before I took the cab and front end to the painter. The front will be about 1/2 inch lower and the back should be level with it so about 1.5 inches lower or so.




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