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2011 Ford F 150
Suspension Systems

2011 Ford F 150 Suspension Systems

Whether you haul heavy equipment from one place to another daily or go off-roading on the weekends, you put your 2011 Ford F-150 through demanding situations on a regular basis. Enhance your truck's stability and ability to handle any driving situation with ease by equipping it with a suspension system for 2011 F-150 from AutoAnything.
Not sure which 2011 Ford F-150 Suspension Systems are right for you? We have over 6546 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I replaced my F-150 stock shocks with these and didnt think i would be able to tell a difference. I was wrong. The ride is so much better on the interstate commuting to work and the handling is heads above the stock shocks off the paved roads and they perform well off road too. It is only a matter of time before I put them on the front too." —Jared L from Parker, CO bought a Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks for a 2011 Ford F-150, 4WD.

"Got the best price available from auto anything. Had them in less than a week. Install was super easy, as long as you can jack up your truck high enough. They work great for added payload. I must say, the online chat/assistance with auto anything is amazing. Will continue to use them for all my truck needs. Thank you autoanything.com!!!" —Eric L from Tecumseh, OK bought a SuperSprings for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"The controller was not a problem to install once I got some clarifications from the tech department (not available on weekends) and some hints from an Avalanche owners website. The instructions would be better if it offered some recommendations on where to mount the compressor and where to pass the lines through the firewall; I understand these are vehicle specific, but general recommendations could be given (i.e. I thought the compressor was meant to be mounted under the hood (safe from the elements), but there was not enough air- line in the kit for this. The tech support mentioned that it is water resistant and a lot of people mount it above the spare tire...that is what I ended up doing, but hints like that should be in the instruction manual." —Charles C from Katy, TX bought an Air Lift Load Controller II for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Very happy with lift kit.Fairly easy to install,did it alone in about 8 hours and a 12 pack. Would recommend having someone to help though. Directions are pretty good but you will have to bring your struts to a shop to R and R the strut springs,a rental compressor will NOT work. Also when replacing the drag link bolts let the weight of the vehicle on the shocks before trying to replace the bolts. The third notch from the top of the shocks lifted my truck 3".Truck rides very good,handles the same as stock. Went with 18"x9" wheels with a 14 mm positive off-set.Stock is 38 mm. Tires are 285/65/18 Nitto Dune Grapplers and myself I would not go bigger account of rubbing problems.These are about equal to a 33" tall tire." —Marc J from Cottage Grove, MN bought a Skyjacker Lift Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, 4WD.

"Meet with my expectations. Solid design and construction. Ford need to put these on as OEM equipment. My truck is level now and I can put a taller tire on it." —Robert K from Cheyenne, WY bought a Traxda Leveling Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, XLT.

"Got the best price available from auto anything. Had them in less than a week. Install was super easy, as long as you can jack up your truck high enough. They work great for added payload. I must say, the online chat/assistance with auto anything is amazing. Will continue to use them for all my truck needs. Thank you autoanything.com!!!" —Eric L from Tecumseh, OK bought a SuperSprings for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"My 2011 F150 had considerable rear-end sag and loss of handling when towing our travel trailer. Towing was near hazardous because of this. When researching solutions, I ran across SuperSprings on AutoAnything.com. After much research and speaking with Gerry at SuperSprings to clear up any questions, I made the purchase. (Gerry's the company CEO and a really helpful guy. His customer service and technical assistance are top notch! His number and e-mail are on their web site. He answers both.) Installing these was easy. It took more time to jack the truck up and down than install the springs. The result: minimal sag, better handling, reduced sway, and no more white knuckles." —Steve M from Westerville, OH bought a SuperSprings for a 2011 Ford F-150, Under 7,500lb GVWR.

"Just added a gooseneck hitch so I wanted to keep the truck from sagging under the trailer load. Factory rating is around 2000# payload. WIth the SSA28, it's 3500#. Should be perfect for moving trailers of hay. I had Supersprings for about 8 years on my last pickup without trouble." —Eric M from Heyworth, IL bought a SuperSprings for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Very happy with lift kit.Fairly easy to install,did it alone in about 8 hours and a 12 pack. Would recommend having someone to help though. Directions are pretty good but you will have to bring your struts to a shop to R and R the strut springs,a rental compressor will NOT work. Also when replacing the drag link bolts let the weight of the vehicle on the shocks before trying to replace the bolts. The third notch from the top of the shocks lifted my truck 3".Truck rides very good,handles the same as stock. Went with 18"x9" wheels with a 14 mm positive off-set.Stock is 38 mm. Tires are 285/65/18 Nitto Dune Grapplers and myself I would not go bigger account of rubbing problems.These are about equal to a 33" tall tire." —Marc J from Cottage Grove, MN bought a Skyjacker Lift Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, 4WD.

"Meet with my expectations. Solid design and construction. Ford need to put these on as OEM equipment. My truck is level now and I can put a taller tire on it." —Robert K from Cheyenne, WY bought a Traxda Leveling Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, XLT.

"Easier than i thought to install and makes the truck look 100 percent better while keeping a factory ride" —Kevin A from Windham, NH bought a ReadyLIFT Leveling Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, 4WD.

In addition to Ford F-150 Suspension Systems, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Hypertech Max Energy E-CON, Putco Pure Halogen Headlight Bulbs, CARPOD Cargo Carrier.
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2011 Ford F 150 Suspension Systems

Whether you haul heavy equipment from one place to another daily or go off-roading on the weekends, you put your 2011 Ford F-150 through demanding situations on a regular basis. Enhance your truck's stability and ability to handle any driving situation with ease by equipping it with a suspension system for 2011 F-150 from AutoAnything.
Not sure which 2011 Ford F-150 Suspension Systems are right for you? We have over 6546 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I replaced my F-150 stock shocks with these and didnt think i would be able to tell a difference. I was wrong. The ride is so much better on the interstate commuting to work and the handling is heads above the stock shocks off the paved roads and they perform well off road too. It is only a matter of time before I put them on the front too." —Jared L from Parker, CO bought a Bilstein 5100 Series Shocks for a 2011 Ford F-150, 4WD.

"Got the best price available from auto anything. Had them in less than a week. Install was super easy, as long as you can jack up your truck high enough. They work great for added payload. I must say, the online chat/assistance with auto anything is amazing. Will continue to use them for all my truck needs. Thank you autoanything.com!!!" —Eric L from Tecumseh, OK bought a SuperSprings for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"The controller was not a problem to install once I got some clarifications from the tech department (not available on weekends) and some hints from an Avalanche owners website. The instructions would be better if it offered some recommendations on where to mount the compressor and where to pass the lines through the firewall; I understand these are vehicle specific, but general recommendations could be given (i.e. I thought the compressor was meant to be mounted under the hood (safe from the elements), but there was not enough air- line in the kit for this. The tech support mentioned that it is water resistant and a lot of people mount it above the spare tire...that is what I ended up doing, but hints like that should be in the instruction manual." —Charles C from Katy, TX bought an Air Lift Load Controller II for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Very happy with lift kit.Fairly easy to install,did it alone in about 8 hours and a 12 pack. Would recommend having someone to help though. Directions are pretty good but you will have to bring your struts to a shop to R and R the strut springs,a rental compressor will NOT work. Also when replacing the drag link bolts let the weight of the vehicle on the shocks before trying to replace the bolts. The third notch from the top of the shocks lifted my truck 3".Truck rides very good,handles the same as stock. Went with 18"x9" wheels with a 14 mm positive off-set.Stock is 38 mm. Tires are 285/65/18 Nitto Dune Grapplers and myself I would not go bigger account of rubbing problems.These are about equal to a 33" tall tire." —Marc J from Cottage Grove, MN bought a Skyjacker Lift Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, 4WD.

"Meet with my expectations. Solid design and construction. Ford need to put these on as OEM equipment. My truck is level now and I can put a taller tire on it." —Robert K from Cheyenne, WY bought a Traxda Leveling Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, XLT.

"Got the best price available from auto anything. Had them in less than a week. Install was super easy, as long as you can jack up your truck high enough. They work great for added payload. I must say, the online chat/assistance with auto anything is amazing. Will continue to use them for all my truck needs. Thank you autoanything.com!!!" —Eric L from Tecumseh, OK bought a SuperSprings for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"My 2011 F150 had considerable rear-end sag and loss of handling when towing our travel trailer. Towing was near hazardous because of this. When researching solutions, I ran across SuperSprings on AutoAnything.com. After much research and speaking with Gerry at SuperSprings to clear up any questions, I made the purchase. (Gerry's the company CEO and a really helpful guy. His customer service and technical assistance are top notch! His number and e-mail are on their web site. He answers both.) Installing these was easy. It took more time to jack the truck up and down than install the springs. The result: minimal sag, better handling, reduced sway, and no more white knuckles." —Steve M from Westerville, OH bought a SuperSprings for a 2011 Ford F-150, Under 7,500lb GVWR.

"Just added a gooseneck hitch so I wanted to keep the truck from sagging under the trailer load. Factory rating is around 2000# payload. WIth the SSA28, it's 3500#. Should be perfect for moving trailers of hay. I had Supersprings for about 8 years on my last pickup without trouble." —Eric M from Heyworth, IL bought a SuperSprings for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Very happy with lift kit.Fairly easy to install,did it alone in about 8 hours and a 12 pack. Would recommend having someone to help though. Directions are pretty good but you will have to bring your struts to a shop to R and R the strut springs,a rental compressor will NOT work. Also when replacing the drag link bolts let the weight of the vehicle on the shocks before trying to replace the bolts. The third notch from the top of the shocks lifted my truck 3".Truck rides very good,handles the same as stock. Went with 18"x9" wheels with a 14 mm positive off-set.Stock is 38 mm. Tires are 285/65/18 Nitto Dune Grapplers and myself I would not go bigger account of rubbing problems.These are about equal to a 33" tall tire." —Marc J from Cottage Grove, MN bought a Skyjacker Lift Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, 4WD.

"Meet with my expectations. Solid design and construction. Ford need to put these on as OEM equipment. My truck is level now and I can put a taller tire on it." —Robert K from Cheyenne, WY bought a Traxda Leveling Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, XLT.

"Easier than i thought to install and makes the truck look 100 percent better while keeping a factory ride" —Kevin A from Windham, NH bought a ReadyLIFT Leveling Kits for a 2011 Ford F-150, 4WD.

In addition to Ford F-150 Suspension Systems, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Hypertech Max Energy E-CON, Putco Pure Halogen Headlight Bulbs, CARPOD Cargo Carrier.
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Air Lift Wireless Air Compressor System

Mississippi Mike

The wireless air system was everything and more than I thought it would be. Better ride empty or loaded and easy to use! Thanks AutoAnything! Looking forward to many more ad ons in the near future. View more reviews...
Posted By Michael M (Greenville, MS) / March 25, 2016
2011 Ford F-150
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Air Lift Load Controller II

2005 Chevy Avalanche

The controller was not a problem to install once I got some clarifications from the tech department (not available on weekends) and some hints from an Avalanche owners website. The instructions would be better if it offered some recommendations on where to mount the compressor and where to pass the lines through the firewall; I understand these are vehicle specific, but general recommendations could be given (i.e. I thought the compressor was meant to be mounted under the hood (safe from the elements), but there was not enough air- line in the kit for this. The tech support mentioned that it is water resistant and a lot of people mount it above the spare tire...that is what I ended up doing, but hints like that should be in the instruction manual. View more reviews...
Posted By Charles C (Katy, TX) / November 17, 2008
2011 Ford F-150
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Air Lift WirelessOne Air Control System

Convenient System

The install was relatively easy. The only issue I had was deciding where to mount the compressor and how to connect to power. I did not like the idea of drilling a hole in my fuse box and jumping a fuse in order to make the connection. Other than that, everything was relatively easy to install. View more reviews...
Posted By Jonathan G (WATERFORD, CA) / May 28, 2017
2016 Ford F-150
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Year Range For 2011 Ford F 150 Suspension Systems

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