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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.
Damn.....Didn't FULLY read that post...
__________________ Wesley-KY Chapter Leader 1992 F-150 Michelle-300I6 w/ 5 Speed
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i know im digging up an older thread here but 90fords how did you get it that low without messing up the alignment? Or do you just "live with it"? Its seems you 87-96 guys are getting your trucks lower than the 80-86 guys. whats the difference, isn't the suspension essencially the same?
Thats what i figured. Iv'e been looking at 90fords truck and i figure if i can get that low i'd be happy. I also saw a white f150 that i liked the look of. I was looking into a mustang II swap or the crown vic deal but i dont think i really want it that low i want the front wheels to just tuck into the fender wells, but measuring my truck it looks like thats gonna take 6" of drop
well to get 7 inches in the back you need a axle flip, which most people notch for and then with another 2 inches in the shackle drop thats probably gonna leave you with almost no travel even with a notch
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