Originally Posted by Mark98xlt
By the way what drop do you have no didnt you switch out your eibachs for some DJM 2 inchers? I didnt think the eibachs dropped that low for a coil I remember you stating a while back. You have the back flipped now or still running drop leafs and hangers?
Long time now see man. The reason I don't want the suicide or 3rd shift is because they just look to flimsy to me. I'd rather spend the extra money on the cambug unit which looks like it could take a nuclear blast. I also want the stiffening it will provide. I drive my truck really hard on the streets and I also work or a mostly dirt jobsite. I actually offroad my truck at work all the time. twists the hell outa everything. I have to drive like a rock crawler on mild uneven surfaces that a regular stock truck could drive on no problem.
I actually installed some DJM springs on my truck today. They blow away the old eibachs I had. It sits higher which I wanted, it's level with the rear now, and they ride sooooooo much better. I would say that the eibach 2" lowering springs actually lower 3" on a non-standard cab truck. I have a 4.0l auto and the 4door supercab XLT. I have the heaviest configuration of a non-4wd ranger.
so here is the list
-DJM Upper and Lower Control Arms
-DJM Front Lowering Springs
-Hellwig Swaybar (Front)
-Chassis Tech Articulated Tierod Ends
-Eibach Rear Lowering Hangers
-Belltech Lowering Leafsprings
-Chassis Tech Traction Bars
-Crossdrilled and Slotted Front Rotors
-Hawk Racing Pads
-SVO Rear Diff Cover
it's a 4/6 drop now.