1987 - 1996 F150 & Larger F-Series Trucks1987 - 1996 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 and larger pickups - including the 1997 heavy-duty F250/F350+ trucks
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I've always felt the same way, but then again some of the most gorgeous trucks I've ever seen were lowered F-series pickup trucks. What has really stuck out to me is the F-series sitting on Lightning suspension. I've seen a few FlareSides like that and they were by far the best looking trucks.
I know there won't be that many but again this is one of the best looking trucks lowered ever built. Here is a pic of mine before alot of the work that has been done. It does have a 5"/7" lowering kit, Sir Michaels front bumper, lightning airdam, billet grills. Anyways, I know there have to be many more lowered trucks out there.
how did you get the 5 in the front and did it have negative camber?
i want to go lower but i dont want to risk haveing negative camber
Mine just has a set of DJM Drop Shackles....Wantin to go 2/4 roughly...
I've done a belltech flip kit and shackles and in the front I've done belltech drop beams and springs. She sits pretty low, I don't think I could go any lower unless I did some stuff I don't wanna do because with my 20s on it it rubs a little on turns and bumps.
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