They put to much pre load on the coils when they should not have. Basically they raised the front end too much. I put them on out of the box no adjustment.
It is a firmer ride on certain ground, but overall much better. If I were to do it again. I wouldn't go ICON, i will admit it, but it does ride nice. I can do 70MPH around corners with ZERO body roll. Most everyones problem is they crank the coils too much. I will post a pic of how mine are adjusted tomorrow.
ICON is one of the best for OFFROAD. Again I repeat OFFROAD. Problem is people shop by how much things cost(Ill admit I did it this time) and its not really what you need for street.
I did already pull the rear ICON 2.5s off and put 2.0s and it helped alot too. Tell him to try that also.
Next time I will do Bilsteins and a Autospring spacer. Thats what I had on my last F150s and it was great for street driving.
I would tell him to try to adjust them down before throwing all the cash away. They should be set at 2" lift from factory. Fender lip on a 4x4 should be around 39"
2018 Ford F-150 King Ranch 3.0L Power Stroke 4x4 | Icon 2.5 Front & 2.0 Rear, Toyo AT II 295/60R20, 3" ProComp Rear Block, S&B Dry CAI, LineX & BakFlip MX4, BuiltRight Seat Release | ForScan Mods: Disable Double Honk, 2x Panic, DPF Full %, Digital Temps Above Gauges, A.S.S Disabled | Tuning Tools In Hand/Ask Me I Can Help You!: HP Tuners/nGauge, EzLynk, Ford VCM II, OBDLink MX+
Last edited by wreedsvt; 04-24-2019 at 02:54 AM.