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Originally Posted by tmd11111 Correct but from my understanding the preload collars firm up the ride a bit and thats ...


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Correct but from my understanding the preload collars firm up the ride a bit and thats what I'm wanting to avoid. Worst case I'll end up leaving the truck the way it is. I usually trade out every year or two anyways. I say that but I liked my Super Duty enough that I kept it 5 years. Only been a few days with the Raptor but I don't see getting tired of it anytime soon either.
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Originally Posted by tmd11111 View Post
Ok I just got me '18 SCREW Raptor last week and about the only mod I'm considering is a leveling kit cause I'd hate to curb it at Starbucks. Seems everyone on here bashes the spacer blocks and prefers spring perch collars but from looking at ReadyLift's 1.5" kit it shows to include bump stops to limit down travel to prevent damage to the cv boots and joints. Anyone on here have actual experience with this kit? Also their 2.5" kit includes bother the spacer blocks and collars.

And FWIW I had their 2" kit on my 2013 Super Duty that I traded in on the Raptor. Put it on when the truck was only a few days old and never an issue after 5 years and 80k miles.


Ive had spacer blocks (came on my used raptor) switched to midperch... the ride quality is negligible.
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Does the lift come with the poser stand?
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Ive had spacer blocks (came on my used raptor) switched to midperch... the ride quality is negligible.
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New here, but I'm wondering if anyone has had a chance to try the Fabtech kit on an 18?
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Originally Posted by tmd11111 View Post
No mid perch on Gen2


Right. You just put the collar


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Originally Posted by tmd11111 View Post
Correct but from my understanding the preload collars firm up the ride a bit and thats what I'm wanting to avoid. Worst case I'll end up leaving the truck the way it is. I usually trade out every year or two anyways. I say that but I liked my Super Duty enough that I kept it 5 years. Only been a few days with the Raptor but I don't see getting tired of it anytime soon either.


IMO the front 1.5 rpg collars made the ride a bit better


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