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Old 09-11-2013, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default Dirt King Fab 1" Ford Raptor Long Travel Shackles.

Dirt King Fabrication of San Diego, CA has just released new 1" Long Travel shackles for the 2009-2013 Ford F150 & Ford Raptor SVT - part number FR-S103

These Ford F-150 / Raptor long travel shackles are 1" longer than stock to help level the truck and gain rear wheel travel. They are constructed with 3/16" steel and .250" wall outer bushing sleeves making them the strongest shackles on the market. The shackles are finished off with a durable black powder coat to prevent corrosion and pivot on black polyurethane bushings.

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Old 09-20-2013, 04:01 PM   #2
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how does this affect the ride? and would likely affect the rear ride height? but changing the shackle length? Thank you

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They do not change the ride of the truck but they do lift the rear up about 1"
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If they're longer won't they lower the rear of the truck...
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If they're longer won't they lower the rear of the truck...
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Lol so which is it .. I believe a longer shackle would lower te truck based on how they are hung on these trucks so can someone confirm it before I buy
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Lol so which is it .. I believe a longer shackle would lower te truck based on how they are hung on these trucks so can someone confirm it before I buy
Longer shackle lowers the truck. I have a set.
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WarSurfer is correct, I was mistaken. Spent too much time looking at the MaxTrac lowering kit I was mixed up.
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WarSurfer is correct, I was mistaken. Spent too much time looking at the MaxTrac lowering kit I was mixed up.
It happens. Good news is your error counter resets tonight!
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