Adds Even More Ride Height without Effecting Ride Quality
Eibach's Pro-Truck Front Struts are already a potent upgrade for your 2009-2013 F150 with 4WD, but you can take them to the next level of ride height and performance with these Eibach Pro-Lift Front Coil Springs. Eibach's Pro-Lift Springs replace your F150's factory coil springs in your Eibach Pro-Truck Sport Front Struts and get you up to 2" of front lift/leveling when used on the Pro-Truck Struts' lowest perch setting. Eibach's Pro-Lift Coil Springs are the perfect way to squeeze out some extra ride height to fit on big wheel and tire combinations, all without compromising your F150's ride quality or handling performance.
Pair of 525in-lb Springs with Silver Powder Coat Finish
Eibach's Pro-Lift Front Coil Springs were specifically designed to fit 2009-2013 F150s equipped with Eibach Pro-Truck front leveling struts in order to extend their rated maximum ride height by up to 2" all without causing ride quality issues. Eibach's Pro-Lift Coil Springs are rated at 525in-lbs, which helps maintain a clean ride on and off the road, even at their maximum ride height. The springs feature a silver powder coat finish to help them resist corrosion in practically any climate or application. The Pro-Lift Coil Springs come backed by a Eibach Limited-Lifetime Warranty, and Eibach includes installation instructions. Fitment:
2009-2013 F150 4WD.
For Eibach Pro-Truck Front Struts Only: Eibach's Pro-Lift Coil Springs are only compatible with Eibach Pro-Truck Front Struts, and are not guaranteed to work with any other strut system.
Lowest Perch Setting Only: Eibach's Pro-Lift Springs can only be used on the lowest perch setting of the Pro-Truck Strut Assemblies.
Spring Compressor Recommendation: we strongly recommend using a floor-mounted or wall-mounted spring compressor rated for full-size truck springs to install the Eibach Pro-Lift Coil Springs to avoid possible injury or death. Adds 2" of Ride Height on Lowest Perch Setting:
these springs add 2" of ride height on the Pro-Truck Strut's lowest perch setting. We do not recommend
using these springs beyond the first .7" ride height setting of the Pro-Truck Struts. You may initially see more than 2" of ride height, but the springs will settle after some drive time.