2004-2007 Ford 150 Tuff Country - Pony To PrerunnerPosted in How To: Suspension Brakes on June 1, 2007
There are guys who just want to elevate their Fords, and then there are guys who want to wheel their Fords. And we understand that there is a market to be had with these nonwheeling, big-treaded, never-off-roaded gas guzzlers, so we can't blame companies for trying to make a little money getting a guy's truck in the air as cheaply as they can (providing the kit is safe and reliable). But then there are the kits addressed to guys like us, who, no matter how expensive or new the truck is, want to go wheelin'. We need performance suspensions, not lift kits. We don't want drop brackets and blocks; we want high clearance and usable suspension travel.
Tuff Country knew guys like us were out there and, with the help of JD Fabrication, brought out something that would truly have us singing its praises. The long-travel suspension kit for the '04-'07 Ford F-150s stands alone as a race-proven, bolt-on suspension. It yields 13 inches of travel and only increases ground clearance. Can your suspension system claim that?