You making a long travel kit for a Raptor Jerry?
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Fun! Mint 400 fully loaded.
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Buy whatever floats your boat and get out there with your friends and live life.
Well considering that the Ram Runner isn't a factory off the show room truck this isn't an apples to apples comparison. However that said, the Raptor still works better I think. The ENTIRE Raptor truck, frame, components, brackets etc were ALL designed to be abused. The Ram Runner is just a normal Ram with a "bolt on" LT kit. I would love to see how the Ram looks and drives compared to the Raptor after 30k miles.
That's one of things peeps forget about. The Raptor has F-350 brakes and F-350 shock mounts. Bigger, stronger. It's stock Ford but there are some pretty cool parts in the Ford parts bin and there are Parts on a Raptor you're not gonna get in an FX4.
It's not just an F-150 with shocks.
Someone say Ecoboost Raptor w/aftermarket? This one is nice:
Gonna have to go with the Raptor. Being it is right of the showroom floor, warranty, cost is cheaper leaving a lot money for many improvements that would set the Raptor on a level much higher then the Ram runner. I think a plan 4x4 f150 with aftermarket suspension vs Ram runner is a better comparison.
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Here is a link to a pdf from Ford:
'10 Ford Raptor - '67 Jeep Kaiser M715
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