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Eibach Pro-lift springs installed with pics and comments

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by Big Blue, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. Leftsidej

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    Will do, after I had the Eibachs installed on my truck I posted some before and after shots that are pry on earlier pages in the thread. I have a 2017 and I can say with surety I only got around 1.8 inches of lift. Absolutely positive I did not get 2 inches. The consensus is that it differs on a truck by truck basis because of other variables, such as rear leaf age etc.
     
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    I read your old post. You are sitting 1 inch high up front. I’d that still the case? Did they not settle some ?
     
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    I’ll re-measure when I get home. They have settled. I really like the setup. Would consider deaver +2 instead of 3 as I don’t tow anything
     
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    Man, great look. That seems as level as they come to me. At least to the naked eye. I assume it did settle some.
     
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    No one is talking about Geisers because the thread is called "Eibach Pro Lift Springs" haha.

    That looks really good though man, nice truck!
     
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    Thanks man! Yeah I'd agree with that. In this picture almost looks like a smudge higher in the rear than front. I haven't had them too long either.
     
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    Good to hear and see. Once mine is done Wednesday of next week I’ll post the picture.
    Thanks for sharing info and the picture.
     
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    Sounds good, no problem! Looking forward to seeing the picture. Make sure your installer has the right alignment specs for the Eibachs.
     
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    Just got home from having eibachs and Icon setting 1 installed on my 2019. I measured 7.5 wheel gap up front and ended with 9.2. Got exactly 1.7 as advertised. The rear went from 9.5 to 10.7 so just a little over the 1 inch advertised.

    To be honest the suspension was real soft and drove so nice but now it is a little stiffer. I did not really want to lift it as I like it the way it was but went with bigger tires and need the lift in the front. I wanted to use spring rather than collers so had to do the rear too so it is not nose high.

    If I could do it over I would have just kept stock sized tires and kept the suspension stock. Would have just changed the wheels

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