Scale Suspension Coilovers for 2022+ Ford Maverick

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Nice building 66 myself Scott’s ifs front end and 4 link. It ain’t cheap but worth it. It’s a slow build I’m hoping within 2 years to have it ready for paint
Nice I'm on about the same pace. I'm running crown vic front with ridetech coilover and Nolimit Engineering Fatbar 4 link. I have a instagram for it if you are on there. Smooth.criminal.f100

 

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Nice I'm on about the same pace. I'm running crown vic front with ridetech coilover and Nolimit Engineering Fatbar 4 link. I have a instagram for it if you are on there. Smooth.criminal.f100
No social for me my wife just tells me if I need to know something.
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here’s where I stand at the moment still gotta a lot of work to do plus picked up king ranch interior few months back with floorshift center console for 800 bucks really excited to get that in
 

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Thanks to @catinthebathtub letting me occupy his shop and all his friends doing the actual work we got my suspension on
Still needs fine tuning and and alignment (rear can go down another inch…. The front wheel well liners are troubling)

Nothing hits when turning, big bumps cause the tire to hit the carpet-like liner…. Gotta ask @bagged maverick and @Jay Cox what their solution was for the front wheel wells

Ride is stiff like you would expect but nothing outside of what I’m comfortable with…. I’m sure my wife will hate it which is great, she’s the one with the big luxury SUV…..

Just got home, it’s dirty but here’s a sample of my 585 mile Lariat that I got 6 days ago looks like now
Still more to come

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HRP, def the best color lol

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Also, Hot Pepper is the best color for a Maverick
Fight me

also please note that lowering ends up centering the rear wheel in the wheel well
So much better than the lifted ones that end up being pushed forward so much, probably the biggest reason I didn’t even consider a lift/level
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Love the bronze wheels. What are the specs? I'm looking at these for my white lariat.

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when i saw the rear spring was 18KG i knew it was going to feel stiff.
Is it me or do the springs in OP's pics read 16kg on the spring? Looks like 13- 16kg from what I can make out. Still a really high rate in any case, but I don't know what stock is so hard to compare.

I dig the look.
 
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I've always been more of a lifted truck big tires kind of person, but I might consider the lowered look with the Maverick. Especially since everyone says the AWD Maverick handles awesome.

Only thing I'd worry about is the exhaust. It already seems to hang so low. How close is it once lowered?
 

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Is it me or do the springs in OP's pics read 16kg on the spring? Looks like 13" 16kg from what I can make out. Still a really high rate in any case, but I don't know what stock is so hard to compare.

I dig the look.
honestly, i am vision impaired. it easily could have been 13 or 16?
 
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I wonder what the stroke of the rear shock is to need a 16kg/896lbs spring. My ridetech coilovers for a 1966 F100 are 5inch stroke and 4kg/220lbs springs.
 

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btw I ordered my coilovers yesterday. And I'm blaming volksnuts.
 

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Scale Suspension is looking for a FWD Maverick to fit rear springs. They're in Canada, not sure where.
 

 
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