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Discussion in 'Off-Roading Your Raptor' started by SS308, Aug 12, 2019.

  1. Luv737

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    Here’s the icon setup

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  2. sixshooter_45

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    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.
     
  3. Raptor 2014

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    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.
     
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    Good to know...been debating on +2 or +3.
     
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    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
     
  6. Nick@Apollo-Optics

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    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.
     
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    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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  8. Nick@Apollo-Optics

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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.
     
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    So which kit does a better job of reinforcing the rear frame?
     
  10. Nick@Apollo-Optics

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    Honestly, they all accomplish that goal. ADD, Icon, SVC, RPG, and Camburg.
     
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