Bilstein 6112 0-2″ Front & 5100 0-2″ Rear Lift Shocks for 04-’08 FORD F-150 4WD

SKU: 47-244566_33-186009
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Bilstein 6112 0-2″ Front & 5100 0-2″ Rear Lift Shocks for 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 FORD F-150 4WD

Front Shocks:

Series: 6112

Front Extended Length(in):

Front Collapsed Length(in):

Part Number: 47-244566

Front Shocks Fitment Notes: Front Lift Height: 0-2″

Rear Shocks:

Series: 5100

Rear Extended Length(in): 27.11

Rear Collapsed Length(in): 16.69

Part Number: 33-186009

Rear Shocks Fitment Notes: For Rear Lifted Height: 0-2″

Fitment: Bilstein 6112 0-2″ Front & 5100 0-2″ Rear Lift Shocks for 04-’08 FORD F-150 4WD

Important fitment notes: 
Includes Front Coils and 4 Shocks

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      I have a 2004 f-150 4wd currently with stock strut and 2.5inch spacer. Im running 35x12.50x18 inch tires -12. Will these be able to lift the front at least 2.5inch to fit my tires and not mess up the ride quality of the shocks? And if I’m not able to go to 2.5 lift could i do 2inch lift with a .5 spacer? I also have procomp uniball UCAs
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      Q I have a 2004 f-150 4wd currently with stock strut and 2.5inch spacer. Im running 35x12.50x18 inc...... Read more answer now
      A can't guarantee about 2.5'' - if can depend on your engine and cab weight here is the manual https://productdesk.cart.bilsteinus.com//media/products/bilstein/E4-WM5-Y527A00_0.pdf
    2. What springs come with this kit? should the upper control arms be replaced with this kit? what upper control arms do you recommend?
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      Q What springs come with this kit? should the upper control arms be replaced with this kit? what up...... Read more answer now
      A Regular springs are used with front shocks, they are only 10% harder than stock springs Installation Instructions https://productdesk.cart.bilsteinus.com//media/products/bilstein/E4-WM5-Y527A00_0.pdf No required replacement upper control arm 
    4. What front springs come with this kit? Do the upper control have to be replaced with this kit?
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      Q What front springs come with this kit? Do the upper control have to be replaced with this kit? answer now
      A Bilstein B8 6112 leveling kits are designed to provide more ground clearance, allow for larger tires, and increase wheel travel. Multiple snap-ring grooves in the body allow for different spring seat positions, providing 0-2.75 inches of front lift (depending on application). These kits consist of (2) 60mm shock absorbers combined with (2) custom matched cold wound coil springs and (2) billet aluminum spring seats. The large 60mm digressive piston allows for increased damping control for optimal on-road and off-road capabilities. Experience the legendary Bilstein off-road experience with the best direct fit spring and shock kit for your light truck or SUV. This spring is only 10% stiffer than stock You don't need to change anything
    6. I have a couple of questions. My 2006 f150 has a levelers in front. I would question that I would remove them and set the new shock to 2”? My other question, is how difficult is it to assemble the front springs and would I need to purchase a spring compressor in order to install safely? I wish they would send them assembled!
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      Q I have a couple of questions. My 2006 f150 has a levelers in front. I would question that I would...... Read more answer now
      A yes, spring compressor required. 2'' spacers are to be removed
    8. Will the longer springs give a better ride than spacers?
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      Q Will the longer springs give a better ride than spacers? answer now
      A Yes, definitely. Spacers decrease wheel travel
    10. For the rear does it require blocks? Or is it bolt on and adjust?
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      Q For the rear does it require blocks? Or is it bolt on and adjust? answer now
      A Rear shocks will not lift the truck by themselves. They are just longer then stock - you can use them with factory height or with up to 2'' lift

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