Take your F150 up a notch in strength, control, and stance with the BDS 4" Coilover lift kit! This Performance Coilover system brings together the safety and capability of BDS's 4'' lift kits with the uncompromising performance of Fox factory series 2.5 remote reservoir Coilovers and rear Fox 2.0 IFP shocks for a true blend of on-road comfort and off-road performance.
Part Number: BDS1533F
- Fox 2.5 Series Remote Reservoir Coilovers (pre-tuned for 4" of lift right out of the box)
- Fox 2.0 shocks
- Rear brake line extensions
- 4" offset pin block kit
- CNC-machined ductile iron steering knuckles
- HD replacement ball joints
- Sway bar relocation brackets
- HD differential skid plate
- Alignment cam bolts, & billet aluminum driveshaft spacer
- Multipoint differential relocation brackets
- High clearance one-piece laser cut 1/4" steel cross members
- Clears 35's
- Retains OE driving characteristics
Tire & Wheel Combinations:
- 35" x 12.50" w/ 18 x 9 and 5"
- 35" x 12.50" w/ 18 x 9 and 5 - 5.5"
- 35 x 12.50 w/ 20 x 9 and 5-5.5"
- 18" wheels with 5-5.5" total backspacing should be test fit prior to mounting the tire to ensure proper clearance to BDS steering knuckle.
- 18" or larger diameter wheels required. Stock 17" & 18" wheels cannot be reinstalled. Stock 20" wheels can be used with up to 305/60-20 tires.
- For a level to tail low appearance use #023416 with Kit#1502H or use #013429 with Kit#1503H. Block kits replace factory 1-1/4" block.
- Models with a 2-piece rear driveshaft may require carrier bearing drop shim kit #122405
- Kits will work on Diesel Models.
- Requires frame bracket modification.
- This kit is FMVSS No.126 Compliant The NHTSA's Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No.126 requires all new passenger vehicles to include Electronic Stability Control (ESC) systems that meet certain standards that can be tested through a comprehensive series of evasive maneuvers.
- Click Here For Installation Instructions
- Difficulty: 4 (where 1 = easiest and 5 = complicated)
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