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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by mmayo, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. 0-60 freak

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    Very minimal...2inx2in back edge of plastic liner, venomrex 602 et12

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    So I've only trimmed the bare minimums to clear it right now, when the spring settle down to their final resting position I'm sure I will have to trim probably an inch more oh, but I can always trim more I can't add back that's my mentality[​IMG][​IMG]

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    I’ll keep watching an see how much more trimming is required...

    Thanks


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    Is this while just sitting on flat ground and it runs that much, or is that with any amount of compression on the front corners?
     
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    I have no idea, as mentioned I have only trimmed the bare minimums, I will keep trimming as needed

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    We've still got a few sets left in stock. $1399 shipped within the lower 48 states. Give us a call and we'll get you taken care of.


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    Wheels are 20x9 +12 offset.
     
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    Now that my Icons on 1 have settled after 1,000 miles, I'd like to eliminate the rake. What's the best and/or suggested option -- lift up the front or lower the rear? Sitting at 43" in rear and 40.75" in front.

    No plans for 37s at this time, but hey, anything is possible.
     
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    All depends on what you want / are going for...

    A drop shackle in the rear would be a low cost / easy install option. If you want the front to remain the same height/ rise feel.

    If you want the front higher, a collar lift of 1.5” wouldn’t be bad, but the ride stiffness will increase some.

    Or go with Geisers like I did. Expect a 2.5”+ lift to the front once settled. Ride is slightly stiffer (but in a good way, since the springs have a progressive rate). Wheel wells are looking a little empty now though, lol. I’m holding off the urge to fill them with 37s myself
     
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    I've got the resi FOX's up front, so it's simply turning the adjustment collar to add height; they're already at the lowest setting. If I go that route, I'll add UCAs to address the geometry.

    Jacked up the front -- looks great with the extra inch.
    Added weight to the rear -- looks great without the extra inch.

    I'd like a little extra height for trips to the snow, but that's a small percentage of what I drive annually. Curious what others are doing with Icons and still running 35s.
     

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