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What did you do to your Raptor today? (Gen2)

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Jepper, Jan 5, 2018.

  1. f150jack

    f150jack Full Access Member

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    got bored and made off road jack box/holder. All from left over crap I had laying around 2x4s and tongue and groove on bottom.

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    There's a thread somewhere about jacks specifically - my personal experience w/ an even larger Pittsburg brand jack (3 ton low profile) it did not get the truck high enough in front to even raise a front tire off the ground, on perfectly level concrete, I'm going to shop around for a larger/higher lift/heavier duty/larger wheeled jack personally, the eagle ones are nice but $$$

    Did you try getting a front tire up? I'm talking about jacking it correctly @ the frame points not the A-arms
     
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    I had mine covered in Xpel ultimate film when I first purchased - seems like they'll scratch if you even look @ em funny lol
     
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    Yep you are right I tried a couple weeks ago with this particular jack and the front tires would not get off the ground at the jack points in manual. I have a 6x6 block that I carry as well to make up the difference if and when I need it. Same boat as you as far as pro eagle jack goes, probably will regret it later but hope not.
     
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    looks great, u have more closeup pictures? does it come with brackets?
    i am shopping for one and need some guidance
     
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    Nice job! Also Great looking truck!
     
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    Did you ever run a VTA plug before the Boomba adapter? I'm curious how the two compare.
     
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    Installed Ray Gram Lights today, insanely light at 21lbs. 18x9 0offset, 36" Toyo mt

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    no I never did, dont have any comparisons, this is my 1st vta plug. I do not think its ridiculously loud. I'm 41 yrs old and it's a great sound level to me. now 10 or 20 yrs ago I would want something louder but I like it and plan on keeping it.
     

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