- Feb 1, 2021
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For sure, that's why I always say to each their own. I love the look of 37s, even though they don't really do anything for you from a performance standpoint. That said, personally I wouldn't do anything to harm the vehicle, and sure as hell would not screw with the awesome suspension that you are paying for. Again to each their own, but I know I benefit from the knowledge and opinions here, so just asking, how does it affect cooling, since no you cant just pull over and remove the front bumper and clip like you make it sound.
First - thanks to @Autoworks Custom and @4114Motors for coming on and sharing some details!
On cooling - yes Hellcat's need cooling, yes, a lightbar will reduce airflow, and ... I'll let others speak to whether they estimated or checked any differences in temp from before and after. Color me curious.
Leveling - others have more first hand experience with the Raptor which is probably the most relevant (versus my stuff with Jeeps or Toyotas). FWIW - I had some time in a Raptor on collars (RPG?). That Raptor rode as well as a stock truck (didn't put the shock into a funky part of the stroke/dampening/ride zone).
Since I'm not leaning towards a leveling kit at the moment though, I'm more curious about how the suspension performs with the extra unsprung weight from 37's. Look forward to some reviews of 37's on the dirt!