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RPG 1.5” collar, net increase ?

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by VGKRaptor, Jan 18, 2020.

  1. VGKRaptor

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    For those that have installed 1.5” collars, did you net 1.5” of lift ? Or maybe a little less ? Rear leafs are OEM and I don’t mind a little rake on my ‘20. Thx in advance
     
  2. Sean M Heard

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    I have a new ‘19 with the RPG 1.5” and while it’s noticeable, there’s still 1.25” difference in front to rear.
     
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    I have 1 3/4” to 2”difference from front to back as it sits now depending on what day I measure it. I’m thinking this might be perfect for what I want , that is if you got 1 1/4” or so of lift.
     
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    I installed the IVD collars on my ‘19 and it sits 1” high in the front now. The collars are at the 2.25 height but I did not install the spacers. one thing to note, measure your ride height with the vehicle running after you shifted from reverse and back to park. I’ve noticed this makes a difference, almost like the shocks lock out when you turn the car off.
     
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    2.25" collars will get you closer to level
     
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    I have an RPG 1.5” perch on my 2017 and it brought up the front slightly but still a 1/2” of take. I think 2” is perfect IMO.
     
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    If these weren’t installed when I purchased the truck I would have opted for the 2.25” for sure.
     
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    I just installed yesterday seems to be very close to level.

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  10. Lou Maldonado

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    1.5" is the answer then. That's what I have and there is just a bit of rake.
     

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