From The Driver SeatWe idled around in the parking lot to make sure there were no surprises. As we pulled out of the driveway and accelerated down the road, the Sport Trac's ride was like floating on air-no pun intended. As Casey applied the bakes and rolled into a corner, the front and rear independent suspension and the Pirelli Scorpions dug in and gripped the asphalt with limited body roll. Coppertone felt like it was on rails. The overall ride was very good. After we cruised into the parking lot, Casey put it in park, purged the 'bags to the pre-programmed layout specs, dropped Coppertone's framerails within a 1/4-inch from the asphalt, tuckin' those 20s and 22s. It was too cool.
Tools Needed: Floor jack, jackstands, basic handtools, wrenches, drill press, Allen wrenches, pickle fork, Schrader valve, a hand-held plasma cutter or cutting torch, disc grinder, mig-welder, tig-welder, portable hand drill, assorted drill bits, small and medium Phillips screwdrivers, an airline cutter, and an industrial pneumatic tire changer.