The Coilover system used Carli's Fabricated Coilover Conversion plates as a display for the custom valve King 2.5" Remote Reservoir Coilover. This system allows users height adjustability for after-market bumpers and winches while providing an awesome on and off-road ride
Shock Diameter - 2.5"
Lift Height - 4.5"
Tire Size - Up To 37"
Front Travel - 10"
Rear Travel - 13"
Base Kit Includes:
CS-FPRB-05 - Track Bar
CS-FORDBBL-11 - Brake Lines
CS-FBLT-05 - Brake Line Tabs
AS-FRAD-05 - Radius Arm Drops
AS-FCM-05 - Radius Arm Drop Crossmember
CS-FBDF-05-45 - Bump Stop Drops
CS-FCASTERSHIM-45 - 1 Degree Caster Shims
CS-FCO25SPKG-45-05 - Carli Custom Tuned KING 2.5" Remote Reservoir Shocks, Front Coilover and Rear Piggyback with Stainless Shafts & Reservoir Mounts
CS-FCOMKIT-08 - Upper Coilover Brackets & Hardware
CS-FLCM - Lower Coilover Brackets & Hardware
A “Base Kit” SKU must be accompanied by the SKU of a Sway Bar and Leaf Spring option to form a complete system.
ADD Sway Bar Options
11-16 Sway Bar Drop +$
ADD Rear Leaf Options
Rear Add-A-Packs +$
Full Spring Pack +$
ADD Radius Arm Option
Radius Arms for 4.5in Lifts +$
ADD Carrier Bearing Drop
Carrier Bearing Drop +$
ADD Steering Stabilizer
High Mount Steering Stabilizer +$
High Mount Steering Stabilizer +$
ADD Long Travel Airbags
Long Travel Air Bag System +$
The Coilover system rides nearly identical to the Pintop. Take the description for the Backcountry and throw an exponent on it. Benefits of the Coilover System over the Pintop system are aesthetics (what looks cooler than a coilover?), height adjustability for large bumpers/winch combination and future upgradability. Once the coilover plates are installed, you’re a Coilover tune and Front + Rear Bypass purchase away from owning the Coilover-Bypass System.
The Coilover system boasts Carli specific, blueprinted, King 2.5” Coilovers front and piggyback reservoir shocks rear. In an effort to provide customers with the best product, we designed a custom piston to determine proper base flow rates to ensure the shock works well in the heavy duty truck platform; we then tuned the shocks around the custom pistons based on the only thing that matters to us, seat-of-the-pants feel. We round off ALL our King shocks with shafts machined and polished from a solid piece of 17-4 Stainless. Unlike King’s standard shafts, there is no coating to wear off, weather can’t hurt them and if there is a small chip, you can round the edges with emery cloth to ensure the seal housing isn’t damaged as they’re not brittle like the stock, hardened shafts. The shocks are finished with King oil good to -55° F. Note that all King shocks are built with a plated steel body. If subjected to inclement weather for extended periods, we recommend wrapping your shocks in 3M to provide a moisture barrier that’s replaceable.
The Coilover is a Jack-of-all-trades system from which every Super Duty owner would benefit. Raising the Super Duty Platform then adding Carli Tuned, 2.5” diameter shocks (55% more piston surface area than a 2.0” shock) will support the argument that these trucks should come equipped with 2.5” shocks from the factory.
The truck will sit 4.5” higher in the front and have more wheel travel thanks to the coilover that mounts in the Carli Coilover Conversion Bracket. Radius Arm Drop Brackets reset the pivot point and keep the travel linear for the best ride while Sway Bar Links or Drop Brackets reset the sway bar engagement point. Bump Stop Drops protect the shocks from over-compressing, the Adjustable Track Bar centers the front axle and Stainless Brake Lines firm up braking and ensure there is enough line for the newfound travel. To round off the front end, we include Caster Shims to tighten the steering.
The rear can be outfitted with a replacement Full Progressive Spring Pack (reduces capacity to a “light” ¾-ton) or factory leaf-pack modifying Progressive Add-a-Pack (maintains factory payload capacity and pairs with the factory 3-5/8” block). This is where the F250 and F350 are a bit different. Since 2008, the main spring packs on these two trucks is different; the F250 has a lighter rate spring pack than its 350 counterpart. The F250 Add-a-Pack equipped systems are a nice improvement over stock; the F350 with the Add-a-Pack is still very stiff in the rear as the main pack doesn’t move much unless loaded.
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