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03-14-2012 10:19 PM
matt167
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Originally Posted by 64 fairlane 500
how much would flipping the axle onto top of the springs lower it? and how would i go about heating the i beams? thanks!
A truck shop would be the best bet for the beams.. Usually get about 3" out of an axle flip, if the hangers on the rear bolt or rivit on, you can flip them upside down and from side to side, and you will get another 2", but your not going to get 4" on the front from cutting a coil or 2 and adjusting the beams
03-14-2012 05:27 PM
64 fairlane 500
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how much would flipping the axle onto top of the springs lower it? and how would i go about heating the i beams? thanks!
03-14-2012 05:25 PM
matt167 Panther ( Crown Vic/ Merc Grand Marquis ) front end's bolt in. Rear, you can flip the rear axle ontop the springs and lower that way.. I guess you could heat and bend the original beams to correct a little camber from a coil or 2 removed as there forged, but lowering a '65-'96 twin I beam truck is not cheap
03-14-2012 05:13 PM
64 fairlane 500
lowering a the 1965 f-100

hello everyone, i just picked up a 1965 ford f-100 and i need some tips on how to lower the front and rear. but i dont want to buy dream beams THANKS

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