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So I've been looking and see a ton of leveled and lifted 6.7s but where's all the lowered ones?! I'd like to see them haven't seen or couldn't find any threads about them

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It wont let me comment on the thread you have but what did you do to achieve that stance? I love I'd like to have that stance with maybe the front end only down 2.5 so it sits more level

edit: after looking does it sit level? idk if my eyes are playing tricks on me or what haha

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It wont let me comment on the thread you have but what did you do to achieve that stance? I love I'd like to have that stance with maybe the front end only down 2.5 so it sits more level

edit: after looking does it sit level? idk if my eyes are playing tricks on me or what haha
That was a single post link. Here is the thread link Lowering a 4x4

2013 Lariat Eco-Boost F150 Super Crew 4x4 5K Miles. Max-Tow 3.73's, luxury package


(Sold) 2011 Lariat 6.7 F350 CCLB SRW 4X4 60K MILES
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It wont let me comment on the thread you have but what did you do to achieve that stance? I love I'd like to have that stance with maybe the front end only down 2.5 so it sits more level

edit: after looking does it sit level? idk if my eyes are playing tricks on me or what haha
It settled a bit after the photos, but it was pretty level at first. 2.5" would be real close to level. I'm having new springs made to raise it a bit and make it level. I'd be happy to make you a deal on these springs- just need a spacer to get the height you want. As is- they're custom from Deaver to match the factory rate and be 3" lower.

The back was lowered by adding a drop shackle and removing the factory block under the leaf.
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It settled a bit after the photos, but it was pretty level at first. 2.5" would be real close to level. I'm having new springs made to raise it a bit and make it level. I'd be happy to make you a deal on these springs- just need a spacer to get the height you want. As is- they're custom from Deaver to match the factory rate and be 3" lower.

The back was lowered by adding a drop shackle and removing the factory block under the leaf.
I'm gonna end up getting springs made with the 4x4 spring rate but shorter so the ride is the same and working at a motocross suspension shop we got the hook up on custom springs

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I lowered a 2005 f-150......increased mileage 3mpg! Did the mileage get better w/the 250? much less wind drag.looks great also!
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