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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. GLOCK26

    GLOCK26 Full Access Member

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    How did you lower your headlights?


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    There are adjustments at each headlight if you open the hood. They can be a bit stubborn but you need a philips and maybe a flat head to help the gears move without slipping.
     
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    Let’s see the after shots...
     
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    Follow up to post 684 and 687. I did get to the desert last weekend....but due to other commitments, was a short trip and we just played with the buggy and quad. I will say towing with Eibach in front and stock in rear was very stable, no problems with swaying or over compressing the rear...WD hitch helped a lot I’m sure.

    I’m also considering disconnecting the sway bar this weekend. Eibach’s, wide front end and the front sway keeps the front extremely flat around corners...not that it is bad, just want to try freeing up the front to articulate a little more and get a feel for the difference on the street and the dirt.

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    Where was that picture taken. It looks like familiar desert area in ocotillo wells.


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  6. Big Blue

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    Yes this thread is a year old now and I am glad so many guys are happy with their Eibachs. I have moved on and are now running Fox 3.0s, but 2019 with the Eibachs was flawless on road and offroad. I did Snoball, TRR and a Silver Lake sand dunes trip and they did great.
     
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    Good eyes GLOCK26...Yes, that is Ocotillo Wells
     

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