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Carli Coilover for 2012 F350

Anyone out there buy a Carli coilover kit for Ford 6.7? How much are the King shocks that go up front with the coil overs? I was thinking about running the pintop first than upgrading to coilover system but it sounds like you may have to revalve the king shocks to run with the coilovers. So if that's the case I may just with coilovers and shocks all at once and be done with it.

Any info would be great, thanks in advance.


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I don't see any prices for king shocks on the carli website under components. My understanding is they have special valuing. Do I need just to call king and ask for carli set up?


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Anyone out there buy a Carli coilover kit for Ford 6.7? How much are the King shocks that go up front with the coil overs? I was thinking about running the pintop first than upgrading to coilover system but it sounds like you may have to revalve the king shocks to run with the coilovers. So if that's the case I may just with coilovers and shocks all at once and be done with it.

Any info would be great, thanks in advance.

I don't see any prices for king shocks on the carli website under components. My understanding is they have special valuing. Do I need just to call king and ask for carli set up?
There are a lot of people running our coilover kit on the 6.7s. The current pricing states the Bypass shocks can be added for $1,400 for the front two tubes and the rears are $1,800.00 for the 3-tube bypasses with the large rebound tube off a 3.0 shock.

You're correct in your assumption; the coilovers and bypasses run a custom tune to ensure they work well together. The tuning in the coilover is different in our stand-alone kit that it is with the bypass. I'm not sure i understand your statement about the pintop then going to the coilover as they're non-compatible systems. The cheapest way to do it would be to buy the coilover with the bypasses up front. The Carli-Specific coilovers and bypasses can only be purchased from a Carli retailer, King will not sell them to you direct.
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There are a lot of people running our coilover kit on the 6.7s. The current pricing states the Bypass shocks can be added for $1,400 for the front two tubes and the rears are $1,800.00 for the 3-tube bypasses with the large rebound tube off a 3.0 shock.

You're correct in your assumption; the coilovers and bypasses run a custom tune to ensure they work well together. The tuning in the coilover is different in our stand-alone kit that it is with the bypass. I'm not sure i understand your statement about the pintop then going to the coilover as they're non-compatible systems. The cheapest way to do it would be to buy the coilover with the bypasses up front. The Carli-Specific coilovers and bypasses can only be purchased from a Carli retailer, King will not sell them to you direct.
Thanks for the info. How much does it cost to revalve coilovers when they bypass shocks are added?


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Thanks for the info. How much does it cost to revalve coilovers when they bypass shocks are added?


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It's a couple hundred by the time all is said and done.

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