Fox 2.0" Coilovers - 2015-2016 F150
Complete Front Coilover Kit for your F150 that adds 2" of Leveling
Throwing a set of coilovers onto your truck in place of your factory shock and spring is one of the best ways to help get your F150 prepped for the trail, and FOX makes one of the most effective and affordable F150 adjustable coilover kits on the market. This pair of FOX 2.0 coilovers have an adjustable ride height from 0" to 2" of lift, making them an effective leveling system that also gives your F150 a huge increase in suspension performance, especially off-road. The coilovers come pre-set at 2" out of the box to give you maximum ride height. FOX designs each of their 2.0 coilovers from the ground up to get you maximum performance, improved response, and much better articulation off road. Designed to fit the new 2014-2016 Ford F150.
Built for Performance and Reliability
Each FOX 2.0 coilover is built around a tough aluminum-body, nitrogen-charged coilover shock that's wrapped with a finely-tuned spring that work together to provide excellent suspension performance off-road without compromising your truck's smooth street ride. Both the body and mounts are made with 6061-T6 aluminum to maximize heat dissipation without losing strength. The coilovers feature a 5/8" chrome-plated, heat-treated shaft with a high-flow piston design and valving that's tuned for your F150. The coilover has an internal reservoir design that keeps the specially formulated oil separate from the nitrogen. The 2.0 coilovers have high-quality, redundant seals that make them extremely reliable under even the most extreme conditions.
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