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RPG LT Vs. SVC LT or Mid Travel

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by BigGriff023, Jan 7, 2018.

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  1. BigGriff023

    BigGriff023 Full Access Member

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    I don’t think there is anything to debate at this point. SVC has proven remarkable products and please post up pictures and video when you get your kit!!
     
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    jus sayin, black and orange is as OG as you can get on the gen 2 kits.
     
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    Who’s fenders and other parts are you guys going with up front to allow for the extra wheel travel?
     
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    Same. Gonna be a while lol :drool2:
     
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    so, what is the disadvantage of the RPG BOLT kit in comparison to the SVC MT? seems like it bolts right up to the factory mounting points, and upper can.
     
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    I'm not a fan of the the following on the bolt kit:

    1. lower arm design.
    2. Shock mounting ( including angles that the shocks are at. )
    3. Ackerman
    4. steering tie rod design.

    The bolt kit also makes the truck a full 6 inches wider. With the SVC kit and 0/0 wheels, my truck is 96" on the nose , outside of tire to outside of tire.

    My truck is pretty much the maximum width a vehicle carrier will agree to before you start getting charged out the ass for "wide load" fees.

    In some states, I'm 1/2" inside having to hang a wide load banner on the back of the truck.

    If i was a full 2" wider than my SVC kit, like the RPG bolt kit, I'd have all sorts of annoying interactions with DOT officials.
     

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