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Old 02-18-2016, 10:31 AM   #1
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Advice needed on Ford Raptor

Just picked up a Ford Raptor ('14) and have a '14 Entegra and a Blackhawk All Terrain II tow bar. Has anyone towed a Raptor 4 down? What bracket do you recommend, do I need a supplemental break ? Can anyone recommend a shop in the Denver area that has done this sort of work before.

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Old 02-18-2016, 10:36 AM   #2
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Here's a link to previous threads that might assist.


I personally recommend getting a supplemental brake.


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If I had a Ford Raptor I would have the DW drive the bus and she could just meet me at the campground.
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Well it's a 4X4 Ford and will be towable 4 down, the Roadmaster brackets are a easy install on my F150 but you would have to remove the front tow hooks. I installed the M&G on my F150 but had to relocate the coolant tank, I removed a Roadmaster Brakemaster that worked very good but wanted to try the M&G . There is a Brakemaster for sale in the classified section with a breakaway, can't rember who had it for sale.
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