Re: Lowering suspencion for better MPG
I used a DJM drop kit. Very sturdy and easy to install. I lowered it 3" in front and 6" in back, plus got an additional inch in front by going to 225-75 tires. I stayed with 235-85s in back.
I gained a little over 1.0 MPG
on an already economical truck by lowering the truck. Also by lowering the center of gravity, the truck does not roll so much in turns.
Air bags will restore your load-carrying ability. The rear lowering requires you to lose a spring leaf.
2000 F-350 SC 4x2 6 speed
3.08 gears Gear Vendor Overdrive
Rugged Air Dam