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ICON Ford Raptor Rear Hydraulic Bumpstop System Official Information


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would this work with the 4" bumpstop for towing, hauling load in the bed?...


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Old 06-12-2013, 06:08 PM   #11 (permalink)
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would this work with the 4" bumpstop for towing, hauling load in the bed?




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Old 06-12-2013, 06:25 PM   #12 (permalink)
 
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best news I've heard all day, so long as we dont need to drop the tank like Silver said. I just wish I could afford it this minute, hmm....
Yea sorry about the misinformation, I was wrong on dropping the tank on the fox based one. Looks like they both have pretty clean installs. Sorry for the confusion.
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Yea sorry about the misinformation, I was wrong on dropping the tank on the fox based one. Looks like they both have pretty clean installs. Sorry for the confusion.
no worries. If I had read the description in the OP it also stated that bed removal was not needed ::doah!::


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It seems the exhaust is fed through the triangle support. Could this present issues for aftermarket exhaust systems?

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would this work with the 4" bumpstop for towing, hauling load in the bed?
We have them and yes they could be installed but that is not the right way to support additional weight for towing or hauling a heavy amount of weight in the bed.

If you install the longer bumpstop you will be hitting it all the time and you will not get the best ride out of it over all. It's one thing to hit it from time to time driving but not living on it. Towing a trailer a weight distribution hitch would be good to use, but if you really do that all the time an airbag kit is the way to go. Yes you will want to remove them for offroad fun but during the situations you mentioned that will give you the best result in holding up the weight. That is a tough one being most need to use this truck for all the daily needs and then go offroading on the weekends.

Your will come to call in and speak to myself or Dylan so we can try to pin point the best set up for you and your needs if you want.

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I just wanted 4"s when i haul my 800 pound can am outlander. and that's it haha
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Originally Posted by Raptor911 View Post
It seems the exhaust is fed through the triangle support. Could this present issues for aftermarket exhaust systems?

With all the aftermarket exhaust systems we do not currently know which ones do or do not work yet. You may have to make a slight modification but that is unknown 100%, should be pretty minor none the less.

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I just wanted 4"s when i haul my 800 pound can am outlander. and that's it haha

No worries....if you think it will work for you we def have them, so no problem at all.


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Nice looking setup.
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Am I crazy and I am sure someone will correct me if I am off course but there was a recent thread where icon was going to use a 2" bump-stop and now they are using a 2.5"? I am not trying to start anything I just wanted to point this out.

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x2 .. what's the price?

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Price? It looks great but I fear the $$ it will cost. I am not one for jumps a real rough trail yet.
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