November 5, 2009I am looking into getting a 2 or 3 inch body lift for my 1994 F150. I already have a 4 inch suspension lift but I have a couple of questions. I have heard something about "roll reducers," but what are these; where can i get one; and how much are they? The only thing I have heard about that does anything like that is a sway bar, but if anyone has any insight about this I need it...please.
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November 5, 2009what would you need it for??
I had a 1990 f-150 with the same setup, 4" rancho suspension lift ( full leafs in the back. no blocks) and a 3" body lift running 33" tires.
pic`s are in my gallery.
didn`t need any roll reducers thingys. the only thing you might want to get when putting on the body lift is a set of gap guards. they just hide the gap between the frame and the body.
November 6, 2009I have 33`s as well, but the root issue I am having (and the reason I thought of doing a body lift) is my tires rub if I turn to sharp. My lift is from Rough Country and uses blocks on the leafs in the back. Is a body lift even the right thing to do? My tires rub on the inside of my wheel well so that is why I think I should do the body lift. What are these "roll reducers" or whatever they are, so I can have something to look up and have some idea of what they are. Thanks.
November 6, 2009I really have no idea what they are. never herd of them before now.
but! on the inside of both front I-beams there should be what looks to be a bolt where the knuckles would touch the inside of the king pin.
they are wheel locks that setys how far you can turn left to right.
adding a body lift will give you more room. the tires may not hit the inner wheel well. but it will still rub the frame in about the same place.
November 6, 2009I will have to take a look at that. I appreciate all of your input.
I couldn`t find the pictures you were talking about in your gallery.
If anyone else out here has any input about this topic, can you teach me a few things.