Rear suspension raising

Asked by May 09, 2017 at 07:37 PM about the 2014 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Car Customization

2014 2.5 liter aspirated Fusion hitch I need
to raise the back of my car now I'm thinking
spacers air shocks excetera please help

6 Answers

114,965

Why do you want to raise it? To carry a heavy load or to put 24" wheels on it?

I carry about 300 pounds in my trunk of equipment they hit pounds but the car was low already to begin with two and three quarters inches short driveway so I need to raise the body at least 2 inches if possible I put on the hitch only to put a storage carry on the back

114,965

I think you may have a hard time finding heavy duty springs for your car as everything available is for lowering. I would go to shop that does alignments and suspension work and see what they can do. Maybe some custom made heavy duty springs would help you.

298,905

Company car?

Not a company car. Sorry if not clear, (using smartphone before) My 2014 Fusion just sits far too low even before putting on my Curtis Hitch. My 2.5 liter can tow up to 1000 lbs (2,000 if it were a 2.0 turbo). Want to increase height, there is no factory or aftermarket options. I'm left with https://www.pepboys.com/product/details/951906/00786/ or smaller ones: https://www.pepboys.com/product/details/271374/00786 I was told two different things by two shops put in the spring or put on the base or top? Not sure which is better the big one is really big but might give me the 2 plus " I would like. Air shock (mick more expensive and no real application available

1,105

You should have bought a SUV

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