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Old 08-20-2017, 01:58 PM
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you didn't specify which morning...clever

Lol, sorry. Left that day on a backpacking trip down the Grand Canyon. With all the craziness before the trip. Totally forgot. I'll measure it today.


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Jomax- can you measure the distance from the center of your wheel hub straight up to the wheel arch in the fender?

I'm 22.25" front and rear. Curious where the 4400# springs measure.

I'm at 23 3/4in front and rear


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you didn't specify which morning...clever

Ignoring me now.. lol


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Ha! Thanks.

I expected to be lower, but not by this much. The first springs I tried were .5" lower than these!!

I've had this setup since 2013, and it's a bit rough at times. I think I could go back to stock shackles and 4400 springs to fix the harshness, but I'm not sure about the swaybars. I have hellwig front and back and the back one is for for a 2wd- need to call and verify fitment.

Or sell the truck. Really like new raptor.
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Ha! Thanks.

I expected to be lower, but not by this much. The first springs I tried were .5" lower than these!!

I've had this setup since 2013, and it's a bit rough at times. I think I could go back to stock shackles and 4400 springs to fix the harshness, but I'm not sure about the swaybars. I have hellwig front and back and the back one is for for a 2wd- need to call and verify fitment.

Or sell the truck. Really like new raptor.

I'm running a rear swaybar made for a 2wd.

Is your truck 2wd?


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I'm running a rear swaybar made for a 2wd.

Is your truck 2wd?


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No- 4wd. There are signs of the bar rubbing the spare, but I think it only happens when a load is connected.

The 2wd bar will probably work at factory ride height.
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No- 4wd. There are signs of the bar rubbing the spare, but I think it only happens when a load is connected.



The 2wd bar will probably work at factory ride height.

How did you get yours so low? I'd go lower if I could. But if probably loose way to much front travel.


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Had springs made by Coil Spring Specialties. The first set were 3" drop with factory rate. Too low.
This set are 2.5" drop at 15% stiffer rate.
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Had springs made by Coil Spring Specialties. The first set were 3" drop with factory rate. Too low.
This set are 2.5" drop at 15% stiffer rate.

How much front travel do you have?


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~1.5 - 2". Difficult to measure it, but probably right in the middle- 1.75".

Certainly not enough to air it out over speed bumps!

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