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Geiser vs Eibach vs Collar

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by Leftsidej, May 5, 2019.

  1. BrantW

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    That is incorrect. Not sure what you're looking at, but the springs are the same part number for 2017-2020. The difference in height of 1.7" vs 2.5" is because of the live shocks on 2019-2020. The springs are exactly the same.
     
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    Eibachs if only for the fact you can see them and they look really cool....haha.

    Seriously, I read a bunch of the posts and finally settled on the Eibachs. What I wasn’t prepared for was that it was spendy to get them installed/aligned. I think it ran me $550-600 on top of the $225 springs.

    I love em and think the ride is similar to stock and love the stance (and the fact that they look cool...there I go repeating myself)

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  3. Phil O

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    Damn, where do you live? Paid $355 for mine out the door for install and alignment. Only because the shop that did mine was beating the other shops prices.
     
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    You got a rock bottom price no doubt. 450-650 with alignment is the average down here.
     
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    Just paid $428 in South Florida and that included removing the RPG collars. Have not really noticed a difference in ride but feel better knowing I have the extra play.
     
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    That’s a good price. That included alignment? Where did you go?
     
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    Yes that included alignment. California Customs in Dania Beach.
     
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    What are y’all using for allignment cams? Want to lock the lower control arms in after allignment
     
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    I grabbed the KHC stage 1s. Plates and bolts vs just the cams. They are drop in but I also had them spot welded in place though not required.
     

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