In 1965 Ford announced to the world “Twin I-Beams”. This new suspension design is still in use today on Fords very popular “Superduty” line, but it all started here with the 1965 F-100. This 3/4 kit uses our “Dream Beams” which give you a 3″ drop by simply removing the factory beam and replacing it with our new Dream Beam!
The rear is lowered with a hanger / shackle kit that yields a full 4″ drop. Just moving the leaf spring up on the frame is how this works. You won’t believe the stance of your “effie” after you install this kit and neither will your friends!
CALMAX SuperShocks are the best choice for your project. Here you can choose the correct rear shock to work with these DJM parts On your F100 you will have one of two different mounts on your rear shocks: here is the loop/loop type shock part number 1900. Be sure and identify what type of shock mount you have before you order!
CALMAX SuperShocks are the best choice for your project. Here you can choose the correct rear shock to work with these DJM parts On your F100 you will have one of two different mounts on your rear shocks: here is the stem/loop type shock part number 1910. Be sure and identify what type of shock mount you have before you order!
DJM Lowers a 1966 Ford F100 with our popular Dream Beams. Before the work begins, documenting ride height and alignment numbers is an important step when replacing and upgrading you’re suspension. We’re going to lower this 1966 Ford F100, fix a few things and stay on budget with this makeover. Follow along as we remove […]
Part 2 of the DJM 1966 Ford F100 Budget Project details the removal of the factory “Twin I Beam” suspension. Watch as we remove and break down the factory I beams and steering linkage getting ready to install the DJM lowering kit. Removing king pins, spindle and drum brakes, we found the brakes on this […]
Part 3 of the DJM 1966 Ford F100 Budget Project is about installing your DJM Dream Beams. Watch as we prepare and install new steering linkage, brakes, and lowered I -beams. As always good preparation helps you do a great job with your project. Follow how we installed the complete front suspension. Part 1 – […]
Man what a nice F100, just needs a couple things and it’s better than nice! Gerald Haney must have been thinking thoughts like this as he began the restoration of his 78 F100…
How to turn a dirt bike into a SEMA Show F100 head turner! So how did Larry, turn this motorcycle into a SEMA Show truck? A little magic, a little luck (maybe) a lot of work(yep), a bunch of vision and some help (sure). Why, thats a great question, lets find out! Larry Ashley is […]
Dropping a 79 F100 Cody Style! Several years ago we spoke with Cody Ramer because he wanted to lower his 79 F-100. And as we all know, the last few years haven’t been the best job environment. You probably guessed Cody was a victim of the shrinking economy and his F-100 project had to postponed. Now […]