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Eibach Pro Lift Springs, Readylift rear Blocks, 37" tires on 2017 Raptor


This is a discussion on Eibach Pro Lift Springs, Readylift rear Blocks, 37" tires on 2017 Raptor within the Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modifications Forum [GEN 2] forums, part of the GEN 2 (2017+) Ford F-150 Raptor Forums category!
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Old 02-28-2018, 07:50 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Are you sure the Geisner is progressive? Everything I saw shows it to be a linear unless Iím mistaken. Iíll probably end up going with the Deaverís in the long haul in the rear knowing me but wanted to give this a shot first. What do you mean axle wrap is an issue with the OEM blocks? I would think that the ones that come in there Stock wouldnít be a detriment to the integrity of he truck, but Iím sure it wouldnít be the first time. Just wondering why they have them in from the manufacturer if itís bad for it
Axle wrap happens when you really get on it in 2WD. Twists your normally arched leaf springs into an S like shape. Then the rear end starts jumping. Can destroy your rear end and/or driveshaft. You're essentially giving the truck more leverage to twist the springs with your setup. Depending on how you drive it might not be an issue.

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https://www.utvinc.com/ford-raptor/g...prings-2-lift/






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Old 02-28-2018, 08:37 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I don’t know what the hell I was looking at then but you’re right they are progressive with Geiser.


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