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Eibach Pro-Truck lift kit for 2021’s

Matt_Bonilla08

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Following this, and have been following adjustable ride height topics for some time. Like most you you guys, tires of waiting.

I'm really liking what the Eibachs have to offer. Just installed a set of 20x9 0 offset with 285-60-20s and they rub too. Rub on crash bar full lock left, forward and reverse, lower front valance and on mud flap tabs.

Been waiting on Bilsteins to come out, but going to order the eibach since I just found some in stock locally. Hoping to just run the Pro-truck with stock springs. So to reiterate, to get 2" of lift, they should be set to 1.6" clip height (gen13 kit on Gen 14 truck)?

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Is your truck 4WD or 2WD? I want to be clear that we do not currently list our clip height adjustable shock for the 14th gen 4wd trucks right now as we are making a new shock specifically for this truck. We needed to move the bottom clip down so they do not get too much lift. With that being said, some people have had success using the previous generation shock since the top clips are closer to each other. We do list the coilover and had good success with that for the 4wd. On 33.5s You will likely rub under articulation at full lock either direction. You might not under normal situations. For example my tires only rub under normal situations in reverse and full lock (not enough to bother me). But offroad they rub more often since I am articulating the suspension more and pushing the tire closer to the crash bars.

 

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Thanks. Truck is 4x4 with a 5.0L

Do you have an eta on the clip height shocks?
 

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Thanks. Truck is 4x4 with a 5.0L

Do you have an eta on the clip height shocks?
At this point I wouldn't be able to give you an accurate ETA but definitely months out
 

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Just installed the Eibach 2.0 Coilovers this week. Front measured 37.5" and Rear 40.5" before the install. After installed front was just over 40.5". I wanted to leave 1/2" to 3/4" of rake. Adjusting on the truck while on jack stands was a PITA. I would highly suggest adjusting these off the truck. I tried with the supplied spanner wrench and the pin on the wrench broke after one turn on the collar. If you get in a bind and need to adjust these find two 1/4" punch tools. They fit the holes on the collar. Using just 1 punch and a socket with extension was putting a nice bend in the punch. Two were definitely easier. I dropped the collar about 5/8" to get the desired rake.

 

 
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