Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by CoreyMac, Dec 7, 2019.
Installed! I hope they settle.... haha sky high at the moment.
Pics of the truck? Considering this option until I can do something more serious.
Looks perfect, are the front shocks at OEM low perch or are they at mid-perch with the Eibachs?
P.S.; You need to dovetail that rear.
I'm loving the eibachs on my 2010
Sweet. 37s or 35s? and same question as above, with the Eibachs are your shocks on stock perch or midperch? Thanks
37's on stock perch
Hello, from all the research I’ve done and read, your shocks have to be set all low perch for the Eibach springs.
The stock fox shocks are valved to perform best at mid perch. Ford set the stock shocks to low perch from factory to meet federal pedestrian impact height regulations. Also, alignment cams don’t do anything but assist in keeping your alignment over time, and providing a greater distribution of torque. I have king 3.0’s cranked up to about top height and have uniball non-adjustable upper control arms and have not run out of stock camber/caster adjustment. Unless going far past top perch in height, adjustable arms are a waste of money.
Can you cite this?
That’s what I heard from the Ford SVT reps. Other than their word, there’s no way to prove it.
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