ICON Vehicle Dynamics - Ford Raptor RXT Rear Suspension System

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by ICONRep, Dec 8, 2014.

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  1. MOLONxLABE

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    I'm running a Deaver +2 leaf pack with your bump stop kit. Can I remove the bump stop spacer for the up travel gains or is that a bad idea?

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    I should I also add that I'm installing a traditional bed cage suspension setup soon so the shock won't be a limiting factor.

    My question is will my leaf pack strike the bump stop frame at full bump?
     
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    IF you install the new RXT 3.0 you can other wise NO.
     
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    Sorry, I had to clarify my original post.
     
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    As long as the specific Deaver pack you are running is not to think then there should not be an issue. The Deaver +2 should be fine with out coming in contact, but we have not tested in house at this point. With that said......You need to have whomever performing the work cycle the suspension, and come up with those answers 100% on your truck with all parts being used factored in.
     
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    Okay, that's what I thought. Thanks for the insight, I'll stop hijacking your thread now lol.
     
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    Is there a need to change the location of the brake lines and abs wires to allow this extra movement?
     
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    No sir....everything is good as is.
     
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    Is a sprung under kit in the works in the future?
     
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    How much disassembly/assembly is required to adjust the leaf springs? I tow with my truck from time to time and want to be able to tow when I need to, but not have the extra lift for daily driving and parking garages.
     

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