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07-25-2006 06:33 PM
F150fatman Thank you. I have been looking for a set of dropped I-Beams but hadn't come across any at this decent of a price.

Thanks Again,

07-25-2006 01:35 PM
53_belair Here Is a set of 3 in lower I-beams, the only ones I can find.

Here is a link for hanger kits.

Here is a link for pinion angle kits, bump stops, ect. I cant seen to find any springs for the front though. Hope this helps.
07-24-2006 08:16 AM
How to drop 1985 F150 Front Suspension

I would like to drop my 1985 F150 2WD short bed 3-4 inches. Does anyone know what all is involved, or if there is a kit available? Who makes it? Where it can be purchased from?

I appreciate the help!


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