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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Exterior Forum [GEN 2]' started by Turbogoat324, Nov 4, 2019.

  1. Raptor911

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    The add pro bolt on is like 70 pounds total dude. It’s 5 pounds heavier than stock. The shipping weight is including packaging and a massive pallet. Believe me when I installed mine you can not tell a difference in weight from stock. You can easily pick it up with one hand.
     
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    Man the internet tho.... thanks for clarifying.
     
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    No one has weighed it. When it came out I was very interested and emailed ADD and they even said it was heavy.

    Just because guys can pick it up it does mean it is light. Hell I can pick up a 100 pound Raptor wheel and tire does mean 100 pounds is light.

    I don't get it. Guys buy bumpers and they don't weigh them. Hell I buy wheels and tires and I weigh them just because I am curious >> https://www.fordraptorforum.com/threads/another-method-nv-convert.25162/

    You are correct, it is the internet. No one weighs it but it is light.

    Let's see if ADD chimes in.

     
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    I’m curious for ADD to chime in
     
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    if it's only 70lbs, I'll go with Pro Bolt On then.
     
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    Just to put this all in perspective, here's the hard data from ADD:

    Stock Bumper: 65lbs
    Pro Bolt On: 55lbs
    Bomber: 52lbs

    We just did a Bomber Front/Honey Badger rear setup for a local customer. Should have some pictures for y'all soon!

    If anyone is interested in an ADD setup, we're running our ADD Package for Black Friday and December Deal Days. Also, last day of the Baja Designs Mail-In Rebates if you'd like to go that route!
     
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    OMFG ITS SO HEAVY! Turns out to be lighter than stock. :facepalm: And people generally don’t buy aftermarket bumpers for weight savings.


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    Was the bomber set up with 4Rigid 360 lights or 3 Baja Designs?


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    This particular customer went with Rigid up front (4 360-Series lights and 2 Radiance Scene lights) up front. In the rear we did the HoneyBadger with the 10" lights. Rigid D-Series PRO Flood Diffused for fitment and 2 10" Baja Designs S8 Amber bars so you can see the yellow lenses in the rear bumper.
     
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