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Rough ride 2020

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by RexusRaptor, Mar 24, 2020.

  1. Steve_S

    Steve_S Full Access Member

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    Put a Diamondback HD on it and it will help greatly, or at least it did for me. Seems to be just enough weight to help out.


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  2. RexusRaptor

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    I have a decked drawer system that I just installed it helped the rear hop a little I still pretty sure it’s a front suspension issue at this point. Taking it to the dealership next Thursday
     
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    huh?
     
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    Read the entire thread and you will understand.

     
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    So, simply putting the truck in accessory mode and turning it off resets the shocks?

    Anyone know of a Forscan diagnostic that can be run on the shocks?
     
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    I tried the reset solution and it worked great. However, i switched it back to sport driving home and then back to normal and once again the shocks stayed in sport mode
     
  7. RexusRaptor

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    I went to the dealership today and was told by a few people working in service that a “rough” ride is normal for a Raptor as it has stiffer suspension tuned for off road specifically. When I had it in the dirt the other day in Baja mode it floated over anything it was great. It almost felt a little soft in the rear in the dirt. The concrete freeways here in SoCal are just junk. There was no error codes and nothing that can be fixed on it by the dealership
     
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    That's because you live in Pasadna. Now go on down to Foothill Blvd and get yourself a couple of Double Doubles. Then ship your truck to me. Heck, I'll throw in a dozen donuts from the Donut Man in Glendora!
     
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    Same initial experience with my 2020, went to the Raptor Assault class and the mentioned air down some (unofficial comment form them) I was 40/40 and aired down 38F36R with next to nothing in the bed. big difference for me. Also saw the reset tip and was not aware of the trick, I'll try just to see if there is a difference.
     
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    im running 36 all around. Doesn’t feel like stiffness from the tires to me I’ve run load range E with no problems.
     

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