Let's See Those Lifted / Big Tire Gen 4s!!

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Stock ride was good with the CCD system. Really wanted the height and larger tires. I have the stage two with tubular control arms and the raptor CCD delete plug. I just get a "drive mode not available" warning on start up. The shocks are nicely adjustable. I tow a 7k Camper and can turn up the shocks in the rear when towing. Makes a big difference over rough roads under towing conditions. I don't see any issues with stability or ride quality on the street and of course, off road it is much better. 20220909_162438.jpg
 

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Thanks! Maybe it’s just me or I’m expecting too much, but it doesn’t feel too much better than stock. Lol

I’m heading back in 500-1k miles for them to inspect and make sure all is good. During then I’ll discuss with them about this.
I think setting 4 is Icons recommended setting. What settings do you like and in what conditions?
 

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This is definitely interesting news on the CCD delete front, lots of folks have been looking for that solution for a while now.

I would like to try the ready lift spacers with the CCD system and see how it compares to the ICON on road and off.

It's gotta be better than the CCD system, at stock height the limit for me was the suspension, putting a spacer in there won't be much better.
 

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ReadyLift 1.5/2 lift (conbo of a 1.5" level and 3/2 lift since Timberline is factory leveled) with Falken Wildpeak 295/70R18s on factory rims. I had to remove the front WeatherTech mudflaps and there was a little trimming to the front of the rear fender fabric liners. I haven't heard of this being necessary for others that installed 295s, so I'm guessing Wildpeaks run large.

Stock measurements from top of fender to ground:
Front: 37.25"
Rear: 36.5"

Measurements after lift and tires from top of fender to ground:
Front: 39.5"
Rear: 39.25"
 

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Thanks for this! I've been eyeing on ICON's system for a long time but I was worried about the CCD interconnection. So good to know about this. However, you would think with ICON's new CDEV system, that they would take advantage of the OEM connection and work off of that.
 

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Looks like FALKEN WILDPEAKS is becoming popular recently. I too finally upgraded to new wheels and tires. I took a lot of time and effort on thinking on what I considered the perfect setup for me:

Wheels: Venom Rex (Vorsteiner OffRoad) VR-601 20"
Wheel Specs: 20 x 9 with +12mm offset in Desert Bronze finish
Tires: 275/55/R20 FALKEN WILDPEAKS AT3W
STOCK HEIGHT - WILL PROBABLY USE ICON IN THE FUTURE
GLAD TO REPORT NO RUB EITHER! (I was so worried about this hence I went with the narrower tire)

Also, for those that have the 2018-2019 Limited/Platinum Machine Aluminum Wheels, the stock offset is +44mm

Sorry for the dirty truck pictures. We are still in the dead of winter in Kentucky and I've only had these on for 3-4 days. Will repost with washed and detailed pics if requested.
 

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