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Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Mxsledder, Sep 11, 2020.

  1. Oldfart

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    I think you would absolutely feel that kind of a weight increase, that is a big difference in a terrible place to have it. I don't think it would make it a pig on the street, but I think that it would make a noticeable negative difference unless you are just slow cruising all the time.
     
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    Enkei RPT1's wrapped with KO2's. Drops about 13lbs per wheel compared to OEM beadlocks.
     
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    go strap some ankle weights to your feet and try to run.....thats what your truck feels with an extra 23 pounds at each corner.
     
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    Before you do that, make sure to go to Pep Boys and get a 4” procomp lift.

    but seriously you could just buy my BORA wheel spacers and keep the same setup but add 24mm of negative offset if you really wanna poke out
     
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    Im carrying a little unsprung myself ‘fart.
     
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    Double UUGGGGGGHH, won't even be a good Mall crawler. Watch out for those Speed bumps in the mall:snoopfacepalm:
     
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    Well I’m leaning towards just keeping my setup at this time.
    It seems like most people on here off-road their trucks though so the advice given hasn’t been very helpful. I respect that most of you seem to beat your $70k plus trucks off-road but that is not me at all.. I’ve got a rzr, four wheeler and dirt bikes for that.
     
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    Raptor's are offroad trucks, get over it. Repeatedly commenting that you don't offroad yours won't get you much love here.
     
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    You will feel the weight. Especially if the tire itself is a lot heavier (btw Fuel tires are garbage so I'd pick something else either way). You will feel a heavier tire much more than you feel a heavier wheel when it comes to acceleration. The wheel makes a difference just not as much since it's closer to the point of energy as where the tire is the furthest away.

    As for the 20x10's, just plan to trim fender liner.
     
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    I'm running 325/60/20 on 601's and love the setup. Check out my IG for pics positive.traction Also I have very minor rubbing at full wheel lock but no rubbing when I'm off-roading. I'm running 2 inch collars up front
     

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