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Car and Driver: 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Video Shows Off Shocks, Sweet Jumps

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The Ford Raptor‘s Fox shock absorbers were perhaps its single best feature, even ahead of the brawny V-8 and the grille-mounted clearance lights. Knowing their capabilities, you sped up for any obstacle—speed bumps, curbs, Mount Kilimanjaro. Now, they offer even more wheel travel for the all-new 2017 model.

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The new Raptor’s three-inch-diameter shocks are a half-inch burlier than before. Maximum wheel travel increases to 13 inches up front and 13.9 inches in back (compared with the previous Raptor’s 11.2 and 12.1 inches). Within the shocks, nine internal bypass zones let the hydraulic fluid flow at varying damping rates, allowing the suspension to be as firm or as soft as necessary with minimal risk of bottoming out completely. Ford also mentioned greater approach and departure angles, although it made no mention of actual numbers. It’s all in a video that also features some desert running and sweet jumps:

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