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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. K223

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    Ok that’s good then. True a downward picture shot could offer that illusion of the shocks being shrouded.
     
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    Installed a Ford Performance rear diff cover with a lube locker gasket too boot. Looks worlds better than stock, it’ll be nice to have a drain plug too.

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    I'm going to ask a stupid question and fear the ridicule that's about to occur. How do you re-fill the rear-diff when you do this modification?
     
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    I like that A LOT!

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    If you look at the diff cover right side. You fill the diff at one of those 2 points. Fill until oil starts coming out.

    The top plug is for raised trucks (higher pinion angle) and the lower plug is for standard height.
     
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    Thank you! Saw those but thought they were bolts, doh!
     
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    Took a page from Kashoggio installation of the deutsch dt 6 pin connector, thanks Kashoggio for posting all the material information needed to install.


    Took me a bit longer than I thought it would, but really was worth it. Gives the unsightly wires an OEM look. One thing I learned that I will pass along, is, if you have or planning on purchasing a Baja Industries 20” LED light bar that installs behind the from grille in front of the radiator, the 14 gauge wire is too thick to use the deutsch pin connectors.

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    They look good. Did you leave out a screw? It looks like there is a hole in the liner in the 3rd and 4th pics.
     
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    Last pic is kinda confusing.
     
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    I assume it is the before picture.


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