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2010 – 2014 Ford Raptor Lower Front Shock Bushing Check

The lower front shock bushings on most 2010-14 Ford Raptors require replacing after 50,000 – 60,000 miles. Warn front lower shock bushings are the leading cause of the dreaded front end “Clunk” It’s easy to check your bushings. Shocks installed: With the truck on jack stands, remove the front wheels, use a medium pry bar […]

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2010 – 2014 Ford Raptor Torque Specs – Torque Specifications

Making sure the nuts & bolts on your truck are torqued properly is the key to longevity NOTE: There are 3 pages, toggle the pages at the bottom of the PDF Here is something that every Raptor Owner should have! This 1/2″ extension is fixed at 150ft/lb torque so you never have to worry if […]

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2010 – 2014 Ford Raptor Front Shock Spring Removal

Removing the coil springs from the front shocks Removing the springs from the front shock / strut assembly is very easy with an impact Set the strut assembly on the ground, use a 17mm deep socket on your impact. Place your foot on the spring and run the nut off. Sometimes, if the nut is […]

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2010 – 2014 Ford Raptor Rear Shock Installation

Removing and Installing rear shocks is easy if you know the tricks. Removal: You will need a 15mm socket (preferably on an impact) and an 18mm open end wrench. Start with the lower bolt on the axle, remove the nut and use the impact to run the bolt out.  Then remove the top nut, slide […]

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