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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by JWhitener, May 9, 2020.

  1. K223

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    My wife kind of says the same thing. Run now while you can lol. It gets worse.
     
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    Are you referring the the Cam kit with the Grade 10.9 hardware by SPC?

    Thank you for your order! Hope you had a Happy 4th!
     
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    Yes but wandering if I need the lca weld on reinforcement while I’m at it
     
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    Unless you're running extremely hard off-road, it's overkill in my opinion.
     
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    I've had mine on for over a week now. Very very pleased. I was super concerned about it riding harsh but its not bad. And around the same time I installed D rated tires...so I know that stiffened up the ride a bit too. I've done highway, city roads, offroad, whoops, and jumps. The best way I can describe is that the front of the truck feels more planted. Bumps feel a little sharper initially but the "shockwave" going through the truck is significanty reduced and the rebound is more controlled. The front end doesnt sit there and bob up and down like before. I can honestly recommend this 100% to others who are skeptical like me. Its an improvement over stock. Unfortunately I still get a tiny bit of rubbing with my 0 offset wheels in some situations though.
     
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    you running 37's?
     
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    Stock sized, Nitto Trail Grappler MT
     

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