Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Suspension Discussion and Modification' started by Turbogoat324, Jun 28, 2020.
Can you keep the stock tail pipes? I noticed the shop truck was dumped at the muffler.
Not sure but I would assume not
Loving the price.
I am just in the love with this setup.
But I do not have any experience with cantilever setup. I have asked few people about the cantilever in general and no one have advised me to go with this setup due to shocks sitting horizontally which results other parts on the truck getting the impact and stress before it transfers to the shocks which at the end dose not work right with the trucks front end.
I had a doubt when I heard this and wanted to get some info on this setup before pulling the trigger.
no they have to exit to the side of truck or down after cab
you can use factory bedside
They use my friends raptor for all R&D development. It very bad ass set up to say the least. To see it in person is a work of art.
If you guys have any questions let me know and will get a answer for you. My truck was just down there for more suspension work and going back down again next week to finish front up.
Back in the day (the GEN1 days) there were a handful of guys running the Rogue setup. Rogue has since fell off the map but their old stuff looked to perform pretty well and knowing RPG I'm sure they stepped it up even higher.
If you feel like reading, there is a lot info in this thread
And just because it's still an awesome video. Rogue's cantilever kit in action
I've seen the Rogue version in person. It was a work of art. I can only imagine that RPG would do an incredible job with theirs as well. I can't see myself going this route, but it is impressive!
so this could work with king3s?
and a bump stop kit still works?
and the low hanging stock shock mounts are history!
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