2015-2020 Ford F-150 2wd MaxPro 4.5" Front 3" Rear Lift Kit W/ Bilstein Shocks - MaxTrac K883243B
MaxTrax K883243B introduces the all new MaxPro 4.5" front and 3" rear lift kit for your 2015-2020 Ford F-150 2wd. The MaxTrax lift kit is a rock solid choice designed to precise OE specs and tolerances. The lift kit works with all factory components and all the strength and durability your F-150 needs!
MaxTrac 4.5/3" Lift Kit Includes-
Wheel and Tire Fitment:
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 Ford F-150 2wd
MaxTrac Part # K883243B
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Our limited lifetime warranty excludes the following items: bushings, bump stops, ball joints, tie rod ends, rod end/heim joints, and shock absorbers. These parts are subject to immediate wear and tear and are not considered defective when worn. They are warranted for twelve (12) months from the date of purchase only for defects in workmanship.
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Posted by danny on …
I installed this lift on a 2020 f150 stx everything went on easy and was really well built I would recommend this lift to anyone I am running 20x10 wheels-24 offset with 33x12.50 mt tires and there is a slight rub on the front crash bar only in reverse at full lock
Posted by Unknown on …
I just purchased this kit about a week ago for my 15' 2wd F150. The Kit comes with everything you need to install the lift (instructions, spindles, extended brake lines, relocation hardware for f/r brake lines, lift blocks and the Bilstein shocks.
This is an easy weekend project for the average person. I spent about 6 hrs installing the kit in the driveway. All you need are jack stands, a jack and basic hand tools (wrenches, ratchets/sockets and a hammer to separate the ball joints). I used pneumatic tools to save time, but the kit can easily be installed without them. You will need to bleed your brakes when you're finished.
I am running 20x9 LRG 104's with 0-offset (5" of backspacing) and 275/60R20 Nitto G2's. This lift easily clears these tires height-wise, but I did have to do some modification to clear the wheels for steering (lower airdam and front crash bars). This is definitely due to my wheel offset. With a different offset, (+12, +14 and possibly a +20 on a 9" wide wheel) it would have probably fit without modification.
NOTE: you do have to do some minor grinding on the lower control arms (LCA) to clear the front hubs. The tip of the LCA must be slightly ground to clearance the front hubs.