Discussion in 'Off-Roading Your Raptor' started by SS308, Aug 12, 2019.
Here’s the icon setup
Would these SCV bump stops work well with a 2019 Supercrew which has the live valve Fox shocks?
Which Deaver rear springs, +2 or +3.
I'm assuming the +3 add more leaves and does the Deaver springs add any height in the rear?
I've got a lot of research to do.
Very nice kit but $$$$$. I have Deaver +2 with the SVC bumps stop kit / fox bump stops. They work exceedingly well. If you carry any load in your truck go with the +3.
Good to know...been debating on +2 or +3.
Soon installing RPG Stage 2 bumpstop kit along with Deaver +3 springs on my Gen 2 (link is for Gen 1)
There’s a vendor on here that gave a good deal on here NEO Garage
The SVC ABS kit is our go-to choice due to the fact that it has adjustability for on-road and two mode which can help with sag during towing/hauling.
The SVC kit will work nicely with the 2019 trucks.
The Deaver +2 will ride at stock height. The Deaver +3 will ride one inch over stock. If you add perch collars to the front and want a little more height in the rear, then the +3 is nice option. You can also run the +3 with a 1" drop shackle to bring it back down to stock height and have a bit more resistance against rear sag.
Let me know if we can answer any more questions or help put a package together for you.
Rpg kit all the way. Way easier to switch to "tow mode" and the design seems to me to appear stronger
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We also offer the RPG kit, however, the switch to "tow mode" requires the purchase of additional parts and a more complicated process to switch the bump stops as it's significantly harder to reach the strike pads than to pull out the bolts on the SVC kit.
So which kit does a better job of reinforcing the rear frame?
Honestly, they all accomplish that goal. ADD, Icon, SVC, RPG, and Camburg.
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