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F150 coil spacer vs Skyjacker softride 2"

juggalomania92

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I want to put them in my 91 ex because I'm going up to 31s but I just wanna keep the height good for looks and function which one is better? The spacer or coil? By spacer I mean factory f150 spacer
 


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Theres no way skyjacker can put soft ride with their name. I got the leveling coils in my truck and they arent the softest out there, but i have manage some decent flex out of them.
 

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stock coils from an explorer, and washers coil spacers. total cost: 40$.





 

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I had spacers originally and then tried the coils. I went back to spacers because they actually gave me more lift. It was an expensive learning process.
 

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Alright I'll do the spacers I actually already have set I just didn't know how bad the ride quality would be
 

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