Great detail on Tremor suspension

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Not sure if this had been posted already, but found this article super informative. Goes really deep on how the tremor suspension systems work.
 
Yep I remember reading it a few months back, not a bad bump for newer members to check out and catch up on what those who have been here a while already know.
 
I can't remember if it was this article or not where I found out the 2" 'lift' was BS as it's really just 1/2" taller springs and 1.5" because of tires... left me a bit disappointed and felt a bit hoodwinked by Ford.
 
I can't remember if it was this article or not where I found out the 2" 'lift' was BS as it's really just 1/2" taller springs and 1.5" because of tires... left me a bit disappointed and felt a bit hoodwinked by Ford.

same here!
 
The article is interesting and gives us a idea what the Tremor differences are in suspension and steering. One thing i did notice is he is incorrect that no other adjustments can be made, that it is built into the axle. The caster and camber are adjustable by choosing selective sleeves on the upper ball joints.
 

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