Rocky Ridge Raptor

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  1. Bethany

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    Does anyone have any experience or thoughts on the Rocky Ridge Raptor? Curious to hear every ones opinion....

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    I wasn’t aware they did Raptors. I’ve seen a lot of their Silverado/Sierra trucks and they look good. But I’ve not seen one of the Raptors up close.
     
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    To me the Rocky Ridge Raptor is a custom-built, go anywhere in style and comfort sort of vehicle.

    The lift kit gives you four extra inches of ground clearance and serious off-road capability. Haul and tow anything with custom suspension.

    Turning heads with custom wheels, exhaust tips, and signature Rocky Ridge badging. Proof that you can feel unstoppable, but comfortable at the same time, anytime.
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    Bumper looks a bit bulky to me and sticks out way to far. Good looking truck tho
     
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    Let me also say this, these trucks are awesome bone stock and someone doesn't care to mod it may be perfectly fine for them. For those of us who do mod our trucks there are times when it all depends on dollars. Lets face it you can spend endless amounts of cash on moding anything if you want and have the funds. For me I had a vision of what I wanted to mod on my truck before I even received it and once those mods were done I pretty much left it and enjoyed my raptor. Bottom line is there are a ton of shops out there that will mod your truck for you how ever you want. It all depends on how much CASH you want/have to throw at it.
     
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    What all did they do to it?
     
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    Lift is not want you want if you plan to use your raptor offroad or sending
     
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    Without going into a long winded tale, this thing looks like a hokey marketing exercise. What is a "compression strut"? "coated front and rear bumpers"? "coated front strut tower extension"?
    What is the pricing structure? It just seems to be targeting the audience that doesn't know any better. Granted, they have been around a while and cater to a few different manufacturers, but by stepping into the Raptor ring, I feel they're overstepping their boundaries. JMHO
     
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