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Cool video, and nice to see you using that truck like it's intended! Why was it on the back of a tow truck though??????http://www.autoblog.com/2011/07/21/svt-boss-goes-on-record-about-ford-raptor-frame-damage-claims-w/:thinking:
Broken left rear axle shaft, and mushed the rear end.

Oh and the frame issue :smirk: I've got some killer plans coming up :thumb:

http://www.superduty-hq.com/sdhqhydraulicrearbumpstopsetupwithmount.aspx

The factory bump stops are mounted under the frame rails unfortunately. So if you happen to take some hard blows, (bottom out for instance) your feeding your bump stop into the frame causing the frame to buckle.

The kit offered above eliminates this 110%

Im only getting this because it's 'cheap insurance' for what I use it for :thumb:
 
Broken left rear axle shaft, and mushed the rear end.

Oh and the frame issue :smirk: I've got some killer plans coming up :thumb:

http://www.superduty-hq.com/sdhqhydraulicrearbumpstopsetupwithmount.aspx

The factory bump stops are mounted under the frame rails unfortunately. So if you happen to take some hard blows, (bottom out for instance) your feeding your bump stop into the frame causing the frame to buckle.

The kit offered above eliminates this 110%

Im only getting this because it's 'cheap insurance' for what I use it for :thumb:
Are the hydro's simialr to the gas filled stops? I've seen them, never seenthe hydraulic type.
 
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