How did you keep the stock springs and drop it that far?
I used a belltech drop shock in the front, and the rear, had to modify the rears a bit to get it down to that height though.How did you keep the stock springs and drop it that far?
I'll do ya one better! All info on what I used and how I tested things in the video below!do you have any other pictures - that picture looks too good to be real.
Very impressive stuff @Atlantic Built! Congrats, it looks really good! How does the truck feel to drive now that it's lowered?I'll do ya one better! All info on what I used and how I tested things in the video below!
Thanks so much!Very impressive stuff @Atlantic Built! Congrats, it looks really good! How does the truck feel to drive now that it's lowered?
So, I'm certain I've seen that same video, I think it was TCcustoms leveled lightning on YouTube they talked about it? I'm sure the wheel does move slightly forward in the arch, but it's marginal.That looks really good. How did you keep the rear wheel centered in the wheel well? My understanding from an earlier leveling video was that the control arms in the rear would shift the position of the wheel forward or back depending on the lift/lower motion.
I personally would love to be able to lower the rear to that of the front to level it down vs. up but thought this would require new control arms. Let me/us know!
Awesome! Thank you!! Yeah the alignment thing is definitely a buzzkill. ,10k km on one set of tires isn't exactly ideal 🤦♂️ have a few ideas for spring to try and get this thing all corrected! Ive been wondering about trying a 09-14 f150 FRONT lowering spring in the rear instead of modifying the shock. My only thought was the spring might react quite a bit different as far as towing/payload side of things goes. Empty I bet the truck would still drive fantastic.sweet! ive been following your build on youtube. nice to see your truck here as well. ill be going down the lowered path soon enough, but i dont have any welding skills to pull off the same that you did. saw a few others have success with some different shocks so ill be trying that in summer. Hoping alignment can be brought back in line....