Ford F250 F350 Super Duty 4WD Coil Spacers with Sound Isolators
Our Ford F25 F350 Super Duty 4WD coil spacers with sound isolators are designed to lift the front of your Ford truck and provide a cushioning effect to minimize noise and vibrations and absorb all types of road conditions, even rough off-road terrains. This spacer with an isolator combo is a direct fit and will not fall out during off-roading. Once installed, the spacers and isolators will not affect the performance of the coil springs or compromise your factory ride quality.
The spacers and isolators are an application-specific design and will be an easy straight forward installation. Disassembly of the coil springs is not needed. All contents are American made by American Automotive and are constructed from durable high-grade material for optimal performance, durability, and abrasion resistance.
Road Fury high-performance suspension lifts by American Automotive are made in America. All Road Fury bolt-on products work with stock suspension and is easy to install.
- FITMENT: 2005+ Ford F250 and F350 Super Duty 4WD
- LIFT: 2, 2.5, 3 and 3.5
- DESIGN: Coil spacers: Made of US carbon steel that is tough and durable and capable of off-road applications and more. Finished with a special hard-anodized coating to prevent rust and corrosion.
- Sound isolators: Designed to absorb noise and improve handling.
- QUALITY: Coil spacers: Prime mill certified and heat treated, our material is tougher than Chinese aluminum, cast, polyurethane, imitation allow and other steel product. Sound isolators: Non-fade black injection-molded rubber. Rubber material is chemical, oil and weather resistant.
- KIT CONTENTS: 2x Precision Laser-Cut 1/4" Carbon Steel Coil Spacers, 2x Sound Isolators and installation instructions
- INSTALLATION TIME: 1-2 hours
- TECHNICAL NOTE: A wheel alignment is recommended after install. Front suspension lift does not occur in a 1:1 ratio with spacer thickness
- MANUFACTURED: Made in America
- WARRANTY: Lifetime Replacement Warranty
California Residents: Prop 65 warning