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Old 10-08-2009, 10:52 AM
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we just lowered a 4 wheel drive f150 and we did a 2/4. I spoke to DJM suspension and they said that the lowering is in the torsion keys for the front. Torsion keys will not stress the front axles and if u have the right tools to decompress the springs then its a piece of cake. The rear is the easiest and cheapest. DJM said that if u could either buy a flip kit or use the stock parts if u can get teh old ubolts to fit. That right there is a lil under 4". The flip kit u buy from them is longer u bolts and a c notch to the frame for 160 so do the math!! Hope that helps
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