Raptor R Eibach Spring kits

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To any Raptor R owners that are interested in installing a Eibach spring lift on their new Raptor R, my R is scheduled to be dropped off at Eibach on the 20th of this month for R&D to develop a Raptor R specific spring kit.

According to Eibach after they fit the truck it will take approximately 3-4 months to get their first shipment in for retail sales.

I’ll keep you all posted on this thread with the progress and estimated availability date they will be come available.
 
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is the purpose to level the front end of the truck only? Rather than using a perch kit.
The kit will raise the rear end, and front end to level out the truck for a better stance and will potentially provide a little more ground clearance as well.

Correct, Eibach Pro-Lift-Kit springs are designed to provide a suspension lift for your vehicle without the use of coilover systems or spacer lifts. Eibach spring lifts allow full range of suspension travel without additional stress on bushings and ball-joints as seen with spacer lift systems.

I will keep everyone posted on the heights once the truck is fitted at Eibach. Should know more by end of day Friday the 24th when I pick up the truck after their fitment tests have been completed for the prototype to be made.
 
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Eibach completed their first round of testing on the Raptor R!

So stoked to be apart of their Raptor R development project!

Im loving her new stance with their front lift springs and heavy duty rear spring kit! What do you think..?

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Check out their Instagram post and stay tuned for their upcoming Raptor R kits!

 
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Do they seem a bit high? Will they compensate for bigger tires? I have always appreciated the low stance of the Raptor, and the ability to run 35s+. No judgment, but the 37s look tiny now.

Please let us know your feed back because I have been debating about running the new Eibach Coils.
 

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Not sure they would need to change a thing from the regular Gen3 37 springs and what is needed for the R. Weight difference is negligible, probably less than weight of which fatazz ( me included ) is driving the truck and how much gas is in it. I was assuming I could use the regular 21-23 springs whenever in the next two years I get my truck.
 
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