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4.0 bypass to big?

Waitin4dv

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I'm in the process of four linking my f150 and was thinking of using a 4.0 bypass and 3.5 coil over. Is there any reason that I shouldn't do that besides money. I know most run 3.0 coil and 3.5 bypass.
 

mfs

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I have a f-150 with 2.5" coil overs and 3" bypass kings it works great super happy with it.

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christianewing

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King makes a 3.5 coilover now just as an FYI to anyone that reads this in the future. I am running the 3.5 Internal bypass coilover on the front of my F150 but I know they have the normal coilover as well now in that size. I wouldnt run a 3.5 coilover with a big bypass though, there really is no point unless you just want the look of a massive coilover in there haha.


 

Waitin4dv

Well-Known Member
King makes a 3.5 coilover now just as an FYI to anyone that reads this in the future. I am running the 3.5 Internal bypass coilover on the front of my F150 but I know they have the normal coilover as well now in that size. I wouldnt run a 3.5 coilover with a big bypass though, there really is no point unless you just want the look of a massive coilover in there haha.

Cool well it's for the four link. I'm running 3.0 coil and bypass upfront and in the rear I would like to do the 3.5 coil and 4.0 bypass
 

ChaseOJ

New Member
King makes a 3.5 coilover now just as an FYI to anyone that reads this in the future. I am running the 3.5 Internal bypass coilover on the front of my F150 but I know they have the normal coilover as well now in that size. I wouldnt run a 3.5 coilover with a big bypass though, there really is no point unless you just want the look of a massive coilover in there haha.



Are you sure that is a 3.5 coil over?
 

*TRD*

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A 4.0 will work well, just make sure you've got a large motion ratio. You don't want that anywhere near the axle.
 
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