Ford Ranger RWD 1997, Rear Lowering Flip Kit with 5.5" Rear Body Drop by Belltech®. Quantity: Sold as a Kit. Belltech Rear flip kits are designed application specific to relocate the rear axle of your truck from beneath the leaf spring to above, providing a dramatic increase of lowering.
|Rear Drop Height: 5.5"|
- Gives your vehicle an aggressive look while retaining factory ride quality
- Lowered ride height brings more stable handling and less body roll due to a lower center of gravity
- Lower your sled evenly front and rear, or stagger the front slightly higher to offset a downward rake of your factory design
- Reduces understeer
- Limited lifetime manufacturer warranty
- Manufactured in the United States
- (2) C-Notch
- C-Notch Template
- (2) U-Bolt Plates
- (4) U-Bolts
- (2) Bump Stops
- (2) Axle Saddles
- Installation Instructions
Founded in 1983 in Fresno, California, Belltech® Suspensions began with a mission of filling a need that existed in the marketplace for quality lowering kits that provided full-size pickups with an aggressive stance and a ride that wasn't severely punishing. After developing state-of-the-art drop spindles, coil springs, and shackle hanger kits, word of mouth spread about the design, reliability, and smooth operation of their products - earning Belltech respect among demanding California custom builders and racers. The consistent high quality and cutting-edge functionality of their lowering kits allowed them to grow in the marketplace, and the company expanded to their current location in neighboring Sanger, CA. Belltech merged with German-based KW Suspensions in 2005, and today draws on a wealth of engineering talent that has produced joint products with automotive manufacturers such as AMG, Roush, and Viper and been involved in world-class racing series. Our website is proud to offer best values on the full lineup of Belltech quality air springs, compressors, coilover sets, lowering kits, shock absorbers, anti-sway bars, lift kits, and alignment kits which prove that lowered style and ride comfort are not mutually exclusive.