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  • About KR-Texas
    Year
    2010
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    SVT Raptor
    Body
    Supercab
    Trim
    SVT Raptor
    Color
    Black
    Location
    Texas
  • Signature
    2010 Raptor 6.2L SuperCab - Tuxedo Black
    AFE Intake, True Duals w/ MagnaFlow, X-Pipe and Hidden Tailpipes

    Perch Adjustment to Middle Notch, 2" Rear Block, 17x8.5 Black Method Race Wheels w/ No Caps, 35x12.50 General Grabber Red Letter Tires, PTM Fender Flares, Bumpers and Door Hanldes, Vision X 10-Watt LEDs, Smoked Third Light, BakFlip, BedRug, WeatherTech Floor Mats

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  • Last Activity: 07-17-2013 03:43 PM
  • Join Date: 09-17-2006

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  1. 03-08-2014 05:25 PM
    Hey KR -Texas,
    Nice to meet you! I feel in love with your truck my friend. So much in fact, I went out and bought the same one. I just wanted to know if you could tell me where you purchased your lights and Running Boards from? I am about to get a leveling kit with Black XD 775 20 inches (22 if I can) with Nitto tires within a couple of weeks. I would also like to know is there an alternative place you recommend to get the emblems, inlays, onlays, and grill for the XLT custom painted? The place online you previously recommended is no longer there.
  2. 02-24-2014 06:07 AM
    hi,
    I live in France and I have a ford raptor. I will install in the bed a camper (Phoenix pop up camper, Colorado) that weighs 850lbs. I would install a super springs SSA5 or SSA8. I fear that the super spring abuts the frame when the wheel is compressed.On the other hand, the rear suspension will it be collapsed to how many inches? What do you think? Your answer will decide whether or not to buy me a "Super Spring" or a Add a Leaf (Procom 13137). Thank you very much for yours answers and advices.
    Best regards,
    Michel
    St Jean de Luz (France)
  3. 02-22-2014 09:57 PM
    Did you buy wheel spacers on the gray truck, or do those wheels simply stick out? They look great! What wheels are they?
  4. 07-17-2013 01:11 PM
    Hello man
    Your tires are awesome man.. I want to put to my F150 2010 2wd it comes with 245/75R17.. can I put your tires without problems? My truck is lifted 2" at the front.
    please let me know thanks man
  5. 03-13-2011 12:40 PM
    awesome truck, keep up the good work
  6. 02-21-2011 03:49 PM
    I added the 2000 lb Superspring Helper to keep the rear from sagging when I was towing my boat. At the middle setting, it only lifted the rear of the truck about 5/8" and the truck sat perfectly level. I replaced the 2" factory blocks with the 3" ReadyLift blocks for an additional 1" of lift at the back. When I was done with both, I felt it had just the right amount of rake without looking like a stink bug. Plus, it still looked level when I was towing...

    All together, it had about an 1 5/8" of lift on the back and 2 1/2" on the front.
  7. 02-21-2011 01:56 AM
    great trucks - curious how much rear lift your supercrew had? it says 3in blocks with a spring helper...matched with 2" AS in front? i just have the 2" in front and its a tad higher than the rear - thanks!
  8. 02-10-2011 10:29 AM
    Alright thank you
  9. 02-09-2011 07:19 PM
    broskii,

    I bought the inlays from a company called patriotdecals.com. I am not sure if you can still buy them because Ford might have sued them to protect their copyright.

    Send them an email and they can tell you what is available.
  10. 02-09-2011 07:16 PM
    sterling09FX4,

    I have had a similar setup on three of my F150s and I always ask for the same thing. I tell them I want the following:

    1. True dual exhaust that only meets at the X-pipe using 2.5" piping.
    2. X-pipe as close to the front as possible without causing any tight bends.
    3. Dual 14" MagnaFlow mufflers with 2.5" offset / center outlets mounted as far back as possible.
    4. Tailpipes over the axle. (You can route them however you like, but keep them past the axle)

    I have not had drone issues and if you listen to the video clip I posted of my Raptor, you will hear that it sounds great when I step on it. Of course, it sounds even better when you have a Cold Air Intake.

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