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Lowering a 2WD 1994 F150

 
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Old 07-29-2018, 02:25 PM
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We have a 93 f150. Where do we find a good set of drop shackles that you mentioned? Interested to see how that would look when done.
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Originally Posted by Kelsey Daley View Post
We have a 93 f150. Where do we find a good set of drop shackles that you mentioned? Interested to see how that would look when done.
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Tire size?

I've got a 94 f150 flare side that I'm going to drop 4/6 my question is though with a 16" rim what tire size do you suggest?

QUOTE=nytling92;6458276]I did the 5/7 on my 92 flareside back in 93. It has a great ride and factory payload, but I wouldn't haul anything that heavy anyways. I reatained the front and rear sway bars so it handles good also. One thing to watch out for, and I had to do this to mine, if you do a 2" in the front with a spring you really need to get the offset camber bushings. 2" puts a strain on the ball joints or at least puts them very close to the end of travel. This goes for just doing a 2" drop or a 5", as these 2 use a 2" spring, a 3" drop uses just the dropped I-beam, the 4" drop uses the beam with a 1" spring. A good front end alignment shop will know what you need and be able to do it for you. I wish I had pics to share with you but my truck is in Mo. and I'm in Ky.

By the way niety4, I love your truck and the way it sits. These trucks look great lowered it is really a shame more haven't been done.[/QUOTE]
 
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Old 12-20-2018, 10:25 PM
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I really wouldnít know what to suggest. I donít know the 16Ē tire sizes. It depends on what look you want. Maybe you could stop by a local tire store and look at different tires the size you think would fit the that look. Sorry Iím not much help.
 
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95 f150

Will a 2/5 drop make the truck level? Or do I need more drop in the front
 
 
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