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Old 06-21-2013, 09:50 PM   #1
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I'm looking for the part number for the rear blocks off a raptor, does anyone happen to know it, or have a link to where I can purchase them? I put the 3" blocks from autospring on, along with bilsteins in the front and have just a little more rake than I'd like. I think the raptor blocks would be perfect. I searched tascaparts.com and I think it's what they call a u bolt spacer, however the diagram doesn't look like a normal rear block.
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I'm looking for the part number for the rear blocks off a raptor, does anyone happen to know it, or have a link to where I can purchase them? I put the 3" blocks from autospring on, along with bilsteins in the front and have just a little more rake than I'd like. I think the raptor blocks would be perfect. I searched tascaparts.com and I think it's what they call a u bolt spacer, however the diagram doesn't look like a normal rear block.
That would be the part.
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The U-Bolt spacer is what you are going to be looking for. If I remember right, the Raptor blocks have a built in bump stock/anti-wrap measure on them which is why they look so weird. Don't forget the longer u-bolts if you order as well.
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OP can you post if they work for you or not and the part #.
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The U-Bolt spacer is what you are going to be looking for. If I remember right, the Raptor blocks have a built in bump stock/anti-wrap measure on them which is why they look so weird. Don't forget the longer u-bolts if you order as well.
I'm pretty sure the Raptor set-up does not use U-Bolts. I think they just use bolts with that plate.
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Looking at the part diagram of the Raptor rear suspension on Tasca's site list u-bolts as part #4 in the blow up. Don't imagine them listing them for the heck of it, but what do I know. Also don't see how they clamp the spring to the axle without the use of u-bolts either....
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Click the image to open in full size.

And a quick google search shows the u-bolts in question...
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I'm pretty sure the Raptor set-up does not use U-Bolts. I think they just use bolts with that plate.
No they use u-bolts. OP I will try and find my receipt for mine today
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no u bolts lol... the truck is almost the same as a regular F150.... so yes, it uses U bolts.
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