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Eibach and front axle issues

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by Jace21583, Oct 23, 2020.

  1. Jace21583

    Jace21583 Full Access Member

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    Anybody else with eibach front springs having any front axle issues? I had eibach springs installed and now the boots on the axles are coming loose from the clamp, not tearing or anything, just coming out. The dealership, trucks still under extended warranty, said this is last time they are going to replace the axle. This will be the second time in a month it's getting replaced. And it's always the passenger side. Stock lca and uca if that makes any difference.
     
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    My dealership is having install issues. Said they can’t get the alignment right and have to buy some alignment kit. Debating on going back to stick springs.
     
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    Was just considering adding these - what years are your trucks?
     
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    I haven’t had that same issue, but I only have 5k miles since my eibach install on my 2019. Maybe try crimping the ring a little tighter?
     
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    I did have this problem. The shop that I took my truck to for the alignment said they needed to install a cam kit. I trust the shop that did the work.
     

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