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6-inch suspension systems for 2009 Ford F-150 2/4WD
The best just got better! The mighty F-150 is all new for 2009 and loaded with the latest features and technology. Once again, Pro Comp is proud to be the first manufacturer to have 6-inch performance suspension systems available for both 2 and 4 wheel drive versions of these new trucks.
The engineering team at Pro Comp used state-of-the-art CAD technology to develop new suspension systems for the 2009 F-150. These sophisticated new systems deliver maximum performance and control without compromising the AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control® (RSC®) systems now standard on all F-150s.
Key components in the new 6-inch systems are super strong extended steering knuckles and stylish new one-piece cross members that install easily and maintain proper CV axle angles. Systems for 4WD also feature a integrated front differential skid plate for added protection. New for 2009, cast rear block with integrated bumpstop pads and height adjustable rear kit allows for added personalization of vehicle stance.
Stage II systems include MX2.75C Motorsport Series coil over front shocks and MX6 monotube 6 position adjustable rear shocks for optimum on and off road performance and handling. Stage I systems feature front strut spacers and ES9000 rear shocks.
Allows use of up to 37” x 12.50” tires on 20” or larger diameter wheels. Wheels can be up to 9.5” wide, with a max of 5.50” backspacing.
Source: ProComp Suspension Systems
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