2015 to 2020 F150 4wd Complete Lowering Kit

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Lowering Kit Builder Tool. The Easy Way to Build Your Lowering Kit

Our lowering selection tool for the 2015 to 2020 F150 4wd Complete Lowering Kit. Each kit can be selected with or without either Belltech NitroDrop 2 shocks, or Belltech Street Performance shocks for the rear.

The Lowering Kit is available in the following configurations;

Leaving the front at the factory ride height, the rear can be lowered by 2-inches with shackles.

Dropping the front by 2 inches with struts, the rear can be lowered 2 inches with Belltech shackles.

Dropping the front by 2 inches with struts, the rear can be lowered 3 inches with DJM shackles. 

To go down 3 inches in the front and 4 or 5.5 inches in the rear struts and a flip kit are needed.

Although the 5 inch rear lowering is not listed as approved by Belltech it does fit and function properly on the 4wd trucks

If you are the proud owner of a 2015 to 2020 Ford F150 it's inexpensive and easy to lower your new Ford with a great lowering kit.

Front lowering is done by using a set of or Lowering struts. They come with spacers that allow you to adjust the front ride height from a 1 inch lift all the way to a 3 inch lowering. We have found that on the four wheel drive trucks the front end actually comes down about one more inch than the 2wd truck so keep that in mind when installing these in the front of your 2015 or new Ford F150. The instructions now list the amount of drop the 4wd trucks will get.

In the rear you can lower your 2015 and newer Ford F150 1" or 2" by using a set of lowering shackles. The shackle itself is one inch drop and they come with u-bolt spacers to allow you to remove the factory lift block thereby creating a 2" rear drop.  

If you want a 3 inch rear lowering the we recommend the DJM Suspension lowering shackles, The shackle itself is a 2" drop and you can then remove the factory block to make a grand total of 3" of drop. Keep in mind that when you do this you need to notch the rear bed crossmember for clearance so that the shackle doesn't contact it.

A four inch rear drop is achieved by using flip kit. It includes a set of lifting hangers to get it back up to the 4" drop. This flip kit fits both the 2wd and 4wd Ford F150 models but  is designed only for the supercab short box and supercrew short box models.

You can even do a 5.5" drop in the back of your Ford F150 by using flip kit. It is recommended to be used only on 2wd Ford F-150 models. Belltech does not list it for the 4wd models so if you install it on a four wheel drive F150 and you run into problems they won't be able to help you out with tech support. Keep in mind that on the 4wd trucks the drop is going to be farther as you will be removing the rear block. So a 5.5" flip kit will actually end up being over 6.5" of drop. Some problems that you may encounter if lowering this much on the 4wd trucks are driveline vibration and clearance issues.

The finishing touch on your Ford F150 is to add a set of rear lowering shocks. The NitroDrop 2 shocks are the standard in performance shocks and the Street Performance version are the top end upgrade for your 2015 and newer F150 lowering kit.