Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by Alex, Feb 6, 2019.
The lift looks fine. We all know most Raptors are pavement princesses and a lift kit has no impact whatsoever.
Gloss black wheels are played out and ugly. Tire shine on any truck is truly horrible.
The tire shine- you are trying to compensate for the shiny black wheel / dull grey tire issue, right? Shiny gloss black wheels look bad with a "bare" tire. You need a wheel that is a lighter color than the bare tire.
Actually the wheels are Matte Black....I agree on the tire shine..tires were very dirty, so just a shine to clean and protect.
How is the ride now? What did your mpg drop to?
I installed the COBB tune right before the lift and tires....but I think it runs better than stock and for the past week I'm averaging 13 MPG, with mostly local driving.
Damn that’s impressive.
I have 2019 on the way (Ordered) planing to do the 4 inch fabtech 20 inch fuel rebel wheel and confuse about the tire size 37x13.5x20 ? or 35X12.5X20 ? general grabber x3 which tire size is good reason doesn't want to kill the too much mpg any suggestion since you already has 37 how much mpg you are getting combined? Im trying to find the low weight wheel and tire to get more mpg
Hey Ajitpal toor - the tire size you will need will be 37x12.50x20, but I have a COBB Tune so my MPG will not give you a good indication of the change. I currently average 13 -14 MPG with the 37" and tune, but I do like to run it harder.
Haters gonna hate. You’re the one clocking in to work everyday. You’re spending your money on it, not theirs. Half the people who sit here and talk shit about people who lift their raptors are the same dudes who say “lemme ask my wife first” whenever they get invited anywhere. They’re just trying to reclaim their masculinity by bashing anything that doesn’t conform to their views.
Truck looks fucking tits man!!
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