Lincoln Performance Lowering Kits
Ordering and getting brand new suspension systems for the Lincoln range of vehicles has never been easier than it is today, thanks to CARiD. We have scoured the latest offerings from the biggest names in suspension including Eibach, Pro Comp, Hotchkis, Energy Suspension, Rancho, ReadyLIFT, Air Lift, Prothane and more to find the most advanced and well made Lincoln suspension products, all of which have been tested by our leading team of car experts, to create this amazing range that brings you, the Lincoln owner, everything you need to really upgrade your car's suspension.
Whatever the Lincoln model you drive, from the robust Navigator and the versatile Aviator to the smart Town Car and the fashionable Mark LT, you will find CARiD well stocked with genuinely excellent suspension products designed especially for it. Our range includes great Lincoln shocks and struts, lowering or leveling kits, sway bars, coil springs, alignment camber kits and bushings, meaning you will find everything you need to improve your vehicle's ride quality and performance right here. We offer these terrific suspension kits at the best prices available online, so check out the range for your Lincoln model and year and place your order right away!
| Posted by Matt | (Sibley, IA)
I was trying to piece together my 2004 navigator air suspension by replacing the left rear bag and shock. I paid too much for a complete used set but thought I would be money ahead since they included the solenoids and lines in case I ran into anything else. I replaced the rear bag which worked great after that, but I couldn't get the front end to stay up. It kept searching for the correct height. I brought it in to have the ride height calibrated and it was okay for a while until it got cold out. It sounded as if the pressure was too high and was bleeding out of the left front and it would be slammed to ground sometimes. other times (still in the same cold temps) everything would be fine. I started shopping for a coilover conversion, but none of the kits I found showed me a shock brand name, including Arnott's standard ride height kit. I found winch springs in some kits, cheap kits that sounded like they would last until you could quick sell your vehicle. This was the only kit that I could verify that they used Bilstein shocks which is the only shock I use on my vehicles unless they're not available (can't find any for my 03 Grand Prix). I would've rather installed the Arnott factory ride height kit if I knew the shocks were made by Bilstein, but this kit seemed to be the best available at the time. I only had a couple hours a night to work on the install so I did one corner a night and took a little extra time swapping wheels to make sure the 22's that already installed on the navigator would fit. They fit and ride great. I still need an alignment and may try to install a front leveling (1-1/2"-2") kit, but it drives fine so far so I'm 110% happier than the stock air setup. I'm sure I'm not the only one that tried to give ford's air suspension a chance, but it's only a matter of time before it fails. I know there were a lot of variables involved, but my setup only has 85k miles and whoever had it before I bought it must've drove it in a salt mine and/or didn't have access to soap, water or a pressure washer. I'm sure I'll have a lot more issues in the future, but it looks and rides great after ditching the air setup. Thanks CARiD.com