|07-29-2012 04:31 PM|
|hp246||I used the DJM Kit to lower my 76. Good product. Very good support. There was always a tech available to answer questions during business hours.|
|07-29-2012 12:12 PM|
There are some write-ups and recommendations here:
'65-'79 Truck Suspension Lowering Basics - FORDification.com
|07-27-2012 07:14 PM|
|bigdog7373||Sorry didnt realize it was twin i beam. I looked around for you and it looks like most guys go with drop beams from djm.|
|07-27-2012 07:03 PM|
|matt167||Can't cut springs on that being there are no balljoints/ possibility of balljoint adjusters like the later trucks. No drop spindles available for the Twin I beams. Only solution is the Panther car front ( bolt on swap ) or Dream beams/ Belltech beams.|
|07-27-2012 04:51 PM|
Rear: axle flip (best method to go real low since you can add blocks for more lowering), shackles, lower stiffer leaf springs.
Front: spindles, springs (cut or buy new ones).
|07-19-2012 01:56 AM|
1970 ford f100 lowering how to?
i want to lower my old bump and was wondering if i could get about a 2 inch drop in the front by cutting the coils and still be able to get the beams aligned
i'm also trying to do this for free.99, i have the time just not the money
and i want about 2 inches out of the back to so if you got a good cheap method im game