From the Driver Seat
Having spent extensive time behind the wheel of both factory and lowered Equators, I was blown away by the improvement in both ride and handling of Drift King. Corner turn-in is now nice and neutral without the typical push of rear-wheel-drive trucks. The ride is stiff, yet compliant enough for long drives and freeway cruising. Bumpsteer is nonexistent and traction is incrediblethere’s no axle wrap or tire hop. Lock-to-lock steering will quickly cause the shortened spindles to run out of room, which decreases overall turning radius, but with a midsized crew cab truck, turning radius was never impressive to start with. Overall, we’re extremely pleased with the Equator’s suspension transformation and we’re looking forward to dialing it in with a bigger front sway bar to help control the body roll.

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Time spent working: 10 hours
Degree of Difficulty: Professional
Tools Needed: Assorted metric wrenches and sockets, grinder, welder, drill, cut-off wheel or plasma cutter, angle finder
Parts Used:
Continental CrossContact UHP 255/45R20 Tires $305.00 (x4)
MB Wheels Gunner 6 20x8.5-inch wheels $156.00 (x4)
Stillen front sport rotors NIS5600 $255.75
Stillen rear sport rotos NIS5750 $232.18
QA1 double adjustable front shcoks DDR7855P $349.00 (x2)
QA1 double adjustable rear shocks DDR5855P $329.00 (x2)
Total: $3,687.93
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