2005-16 Ford Superduty Four link conversion kit 4-10" lift

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  • Regular price $ 699.99




MUST HAVE AT LEAST 4 INCHES OF LIFT TO USE THIS 4 LINK KIT

No welding required minor drilling only.

The Ford f-250 / 350 Superduty 4 link conversion kit allows easy adjustments to a caster angle and axle centering in fender wells. When running a leveling kit or more lift, the axle is no longer centered in the fender like stock. Adjustable control arms allow you to center axle back to stock location which helps to reduce or stop tire rubbing when turning. The 4 link conversion kit control arms are adjustable to allow for caster angle changes to correct steering geometry after a lift has been installed.

Apoc Ford Superduty four Link conversion kits are a great upgrade from stock. Factory radius arms work great with factory sized tires and suspension but once you go bigger you need stronger and longer controls arms to maintain correct handling. Apoc Ram four link kits are built to maintain proper suspension and steering geometry to keep your truck feeling like stock but better. When adding any amount of lift to a Ford Superduty you change your caster angles which can create dangerous steering symptoms and harder to maintain proper wheel tracking which can cause your vehicle to wonder between the lines easier. Big tires and big lifts look great, but don't sacrifice handling and create a beast to keep on the road. Upgrade your control arms and drive with ease. Apoc Industries 4 link conversion kits are fully adjustable from 4 inches of lift all the way to 10" of lift, so if your just starting with a mild lift for now but upgrading later, these arms will suit your needs as you add more lift over time.

Parts Included:

  • 2 Upper Control Arms
  • 2 Lower Control Arms
  • 4 Link Conversion Bracket
  • Top Quality Polyurethane Bushings
  • Bushing Ends DOM Tubing 
  • Uses Mostly Factory Hardware
  • Grease Fitting For Each Bushing For Long Life

Install Time:

  • 3-4 Hours
  • Basic hand tools
  • Jack and Jack stands

     

    Control Arm lengths 

    If you are upgrading from factory control arms make sure you set the length to the correct lift size to keep your steering geometry correct. The larger the lift the longer the control arms. Don't assume what your lift size is, if you are not sure contact the lift kit manufacture to verify your lift size. The Instructions will give you the measurements to set each control arm to match your lift, an alignment is recommended after install to insure all alignment angle are proper.