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Roadmaster Active Suspension Kit2009-14 Ford F-150 4WD

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  • 2009-14 Ford F-150 4WD


Anonymous says:

Wow Wow. I questioned getting these to help reduce the axle wrap on a 2013 F150 4×4 Supercrew with 6 inch lift and 35s. I know this kit doesn’t change the HP or torque but because it takes the vast majority of axle wrap away it feels like the truck has gaind 50 HP and 50 ft lbs of torque because it’s all transferred to the tires. Again, wow. I should have done this a long time ago.

Anonymous says:

Decent bang for the buck Maybe I need to check and adjust them. But, I’m not getting as much assistance as I wanted for the trailer tongue weight affect on the rear suspension. It’s just a bit of work to make the adjustment. Jack it up on two stands, remove both wheels, check springs and adjust as needed……Better handling is noticed, especially in situation like a freeway cloverleaf on/off ramp at a decent speed (w/out trailer).For the money, it’s a good solution.I didn’t want to deal with air…

Anonymous says:

Frustration-free installation. Invest in a pair of jack stands first. It’s not often that I come across a product that advertises easy installation and actually lives up to that. It took me longer to get the wheels off and tension off the rear leaf springs with the jack stands than it did to install. The included instructions were great! I put these on a 2013 Ford F 150 and it fit perfectly even though it only says up to 2012. Adjustment was easy and they give you two spacers to use, though you can use a dime for 10% and a quarter for 40%. Just a note to any…

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