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ADD Pro vs. SVC Baja Bolt On Comparison

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Exterior Forum [GEN 2]' started by Pure745, Mar 1, 2020.

  1. Pure745

    Pure745 Full Access Member

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    Here you go:

    As close to side by side as I can get. Long story short I had the ADD Pro Bolt On for about 3 weeks before having SVC do my truck - I decided to swap to SVC's new Baja Bolt On since I eventually will be doing the SVC rear.

    They look really similar (obviously) the main differences I can say since having them both:

    -SVC skid plates is MUCH heaver/thicker and better looking
    -SVC has 4 visible bolts - I prefer not seeing them on the ADD configuration
    -Both similarly heavy
    -SVC construction is slightly different - I was told one bent piece vs. multiple welded on ADD
    -They both look incredible - you can't really go wrong with either

    ADD:

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    SVC:

    Raptor 3-1 008.jpg

    Hope this helps!
     
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    D3 SS 3D Full Access Member

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    Thanks for that, personally prefer the lines a little better on the ADD here, both look great though.

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    Could you post pic of side view and tow hook area if you have pics from ADD? Im still undecided between these two but leaning toward ADD.
     
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    Droid kglesq's Brother

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    Love your truck! Do you happen to know the weight of that bumper? Stock is 50lb IIRC.
     
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    I'll have to check to see if I still have some. On the SVC I had them remove the tow hooks and it looks way better.

    Thanks! I don't off hand - I can ask SVC. I still have the ADD here - I can try to weigh it.
     
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    What are your tow point options at this stage?
     
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    Man thanks for the pictures I was planning on changing my ADD to SVC but with the pictures you posted were very similar and i couldn't tell the difference till I saw your shocks

    My ADD will stay on the truck. And thanks for saving me some cash.
     
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    If I had to pick one - I would go SVC. If I already had the ADD and didn't need to do anything, I would probably keep the ADD unless you're going with other SVC parts.
     
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    Very true if I had the choice again I would definitely go with SVC but my ADD will stay on for now, since I just changed the skid plate on it.

    Nice looking truck though!!!
     
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    ADD looks to have slightly better ground clearance and also larger diameter tubing.
     

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