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Old 01-06-2014, 05:27 PM   #11
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Totally! Happy New Year all!
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These are on my radar TAP! Im waiting to see how the truck looks with my Deaver Raptor +2 mini pack in the rear. If it sits as high as i think it will this will be the perfect remedy to lower it just enough to make it level and gain a little droop in the rear suspension. We will be in touch either way!
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What is the difference between these and a set of lowering shackles? I have the raptor rear shocks with a set of pro comp add a leafs and I would like to lower the rear down an inch but I don't want to loose the wheel travel.
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What is the difference between these and a set of lowering shackles? I have the raptor rear shocks with a set of pro comp add a leafs and I would like to lower the rear down an inch but I don't want to loose the wheel travel.
These are more of a heavy duty part. If you look at pictures of both they are similar in shape but these are more robust - and for good reason.
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These are more of a heavy duty part. If you look at pictures of both they are similar in shape but these are more robust - and for good reason.
Ok and yeah I noticed they were a bit beefed up.
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Much stronger. Will drop it slightly.

DK just finished up the McNeil Raptor, its running them although this pic doesnt give you a good idea of how it sits on the ground.

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