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Ford Performance Offers First Ever Off-Road Leveling Kits for Ranger and F-150

Posted in News on September 18, 2019
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Ford Performance is offering its first ever suspension leveling kits for Ford Ranger and Ford F-150 pickup trucks. An exclusive 2-inch front lift along with new front coilovers, vehicle specific upper mounts, and locking spring pre-load rings are available from Ford's aftermarket performance division. The suspension kits allow drivers additional ground clearance along with improved off-road performance.

The leveling suspension kits come with FOX shocks that are designed to provide better cooling capacity over rough terrain. Ford Performance engineers worked with FOX to develop a unique internal valving system for the shocks.

"Ford Performance Parts developed these kits to make the off-road experience even better for our Ranger and F-150 customers," said Eric Cin, global director, Ford Vehicle Personalization and Accessories. "Truck customers are asking for options for increased capability and customization, and the new leveling suspension kits for Ranger and F-150 deliver on that need."

The leveling kits went through rigorous testing that included high-speed off-roading in the California deserts and low speed rock crawling in Arizona. Engineers wanted to put the kits through a variety of off-road driving terrain to ensure durability.

The new kits can be installed at your local Ford dealer. Pricing for the kits start at $1,495 without installation fees. The kits are available for any 2019 four-wheel drive Ranger and 2015 to 2019 model year four-wheel drive F-150 pickup trucks.

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