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    • The Fast Lane Truck
      The Fast Lane Truck

      Check out https://www.falconshocks.com for new pickup truck sport shocks system for leveling and towing.

      about 1 year ago
    • Charles Maina
      Charles Maina In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      The Fast Lane Truck

      about 10 months ago
    • Larry Queen
      Larry Queen In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      Reviewing suspension systems would be a great series for the channel.

      about 1 year ago
    • Joe Garcia
      Joe Garcia In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      TR P I also like to demand more things from free internet videos with high production value... not. Just watch the dang video and enjoy it for what it is or don’t, it’s free 🤦‍♂️

      about 1 year ago
    • TR P
      TR P In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      The Fast Lane Truck - aren’t you supposed to disclose when a company pays you to advertise - affiliate disclaimer at a minimum?

      Even if you did this just because wanted to review something cool; you should state if it was or was not an affiliate or paid advertisement

      about 1 year ago
    • Eric M
      Eric M

      you can feel it moving side to side because you have that jeep strapped way too far back on the trailer. Yes, you want the weight on the trailer axles but you also want some on the truck. Huge difference in handling depending on where the load is placed, coming from a flatbed semi truck driver. I'm honestly shocked you put it that far back even the average person knows that's a BAD idea. One sudden move and that trailer will take over and throw you out of control. Basically the way you have it loaded you have what a 7000lb load (including trailer) with little to no tongue weight. Thats the weight of the truck --or heavier. Bad idea..Dont want to come off as mister know it all, but Its the truth...

      about 2 months ago
    • The Silver Eagle
      The Silver Eagle

      There is a song that says NOTHING COMPARES TO THE RAPTOR.lol

      about 2 months ago
    • Carlos Alberto
      Carlos Alberto

      The Raptor is a status symbol

      about 2 months ago
    • recipe 4 recovery
      recipe 4 recovery

      Wow these falcon shocks are really handling the off road well! (as he looks terrified)

      about 2 months ago
    • rev headz
      rev headz

      stop saying rate of speed, thats freaking acceleration

      about 2 months ago
    • Nick F
      Nick F

      I dont understand how people complain about the price of upgrading their suspension. A set of mounted ko2s can run $1200 and you will be replacing tires more often than suspension.

      about 3 months ago
    • Dan R
      Dan R


      about 3 months ago
    • MarkPdot

      I'm not sure what the first test was about. The video is about building a half price "off-road" truck aka Raptor. So why a tow test? After all I have a Chevy 2500 but I'm not going to talk about it's off road ability when it was built to tow/haul.

      about 3 months ago
    • Tyler Padgett
      Tyler Padgett

      Really nice looking truck, Gray with Black wheels is my favorite. Love the setup

      about 4 months ago
    • Tyler Proud
      Tyler Proud

      Would you put them on your own truck?

      about 4 months ago
    • Miles Standish
      Miles Standish

      This was HILARIOUS! Was it made on April Fools Day?
      Who buys into this crap?

      about 5 months ago
    • Blake Wright
      Blake Wright

      Next time you’re in Utah... let me know! I’d love to meet you guys.

      about 5 months ago
    • Shane Dykes
      Shane Dykes

      Great review! You are the best reviewer out of the bunch.

      about 6 months ago
    • Shawn Zeghers
      Shawn Zeghers

      Hi All, I can personally support the aftermarket upgrade shock packages. I am running a 2016 3.5 ecoboost xtr. First off the 2016 F150's have a horrible rear end kick on ruff roads from factory. Tried the 5100 series Bilstein's on the rear first, 1.5" spacers on factory fronts, 33" KO2's. Vast improvement! stabilized the rear end, but left the factory front wallow. Upgraded to 6112 front / rear package, all I can say is wow!! I'm sure Fox and Falken are slightly better, however what an upgrade! removed the front 1.5" spacers, set the 6112 fronts to 2", installed bags in the rear. Installed Raptor rims and tires (aprox 35" KO2's), not rubbing / but very close. Running 4.10 gearing as I tow a lot. 120 Km/hr across plowed fields, no problem, air bags set to 0-5 psi. That rear end stays, doesn't even try to swap around. Towing is very stable, air up to between 10 and 40 psi depending on load. 4.10 gears make this ecoboost a blast, the 33" 's didn't last long with this ratio! All gravel and broken highway up north here in rural Canada, wife doesn't want to drive the SUV anymore. :)

      about 6 months ago
    • Alwin Benjamin
      Alwin Benjamin

      Great video 🤟

      about 6 months ago
    • Shock Titan
      Shock Titan

      what a clickbait of a title

      about 6 months ago
    • Steve Stee
      Steve Stee

      Is it better than the fox 2.0?

      about 6 months ago
    • Jeff Southern
      Jeff Southern

      Almost anyone who follows trucks knows that you cannot build an equivalent Raptor for less than 1/2 of the Raptor's cost....PERIOD!!!

      However, you can buy a lower option truck for about $10,000 less than MSRP if you have any basic negotiation skills. Contrary to many "Key board jockey" claims, It is extremely rare to see a Raptor to sell at or below MSRP. In many markets, it sell for more than MSRP. This means that you can get a well loaded F150 for around $40-45K. Add about $2,000 in shocks/lift and about $1,000 in tires and $1,500 in a performance tune and exhaust (skip the stupid conical air intake) and you can get a truck that is about 90% of the raptors capability for around $45-50K. No it will not survive a massive jump, but how often does that really happen?

      You can even have that V8 sound track if you prefer.

      Of course you lose the warrantee and destroy it's resale value and it will never have the "street appeal" or look of a true Raptor.

      However, there is truly something to be said for being different, building what you want and not really caring about what others think...

      about 6 months ago
    • Its Tayton
      Its Tayton

      My neighborhood is on that road 😂

      about 6 months ago
    • JAI HD
      JAI HD

      Does leveling a truck decrease gas mileage?

      about 6 months ago
    • JAI HD
      JAI HD

      Isn't the trailer rated for 55 mph?

      about 6 months ago

      Wow that gravel road looks so intimidating and scary, will have to go a little slower in my car. HaHaHaHa stupid video.

      about 7 months ago
    • Liev F
      Liev F

      Hmm he looked more nervous in the falcon truck than In the raptor, also he was being tossed more in the falcon than in the raptor, but then again he was going a “bit faster” in the falcon so he says... I think it’s funny how the raptor is the truck all off road trucks want to be but can’t.

      about 7 months ago
    • Baf Man
      Baf Man


      about 7 months ago
    • Zack Awesome
      Zack Awesome

      You guys should do some more videos on Ford super duty trucks. I feel like there is a lot of stuff you could do with them that would be enjoyable

      about 7 months ago
    • Julie Dominesey
      Julie Dominesey

      Raptor not rated to toe same as other trucks .. you did not have tongue weight correct I could tell because you did show much squat when you put trailer on .. if you had more tongue weight less sway .. a f 150 xlt set up for maximum tow weight like mine set up correctly .. there are squat blocks on the rear .. maximum tie weight is 13000 lbs .. you need to know how to set up the trailer and geometry .. the way you had load and then set up would have been deadly at 10000 lbs.. there are hitches now to measure tongue weight .. and the drop ratio on hutch also critical .. in other words you don’t know what you are doing .. was this an add for falcon and raptor ? .. sure looks like it .. you also were not going fast enough for baja mode .. it’s set up to do 50 plus mph on that road .. it was going to suck at 35 .... in a truck if you drive fast over a speed bump makes noise but better ride than going slow ... go muddung with you guys I’d get some bucks cuz you guys get stuck and break shit.. and you gonna pay to get pulled out ..

      about 7 months ago
    • Norm Estits
      Norm Estits

      FLDS shocks . Very crafty Utah.

      about 8 months ago
    • Trevor Helm
      Trevor Helm

      I live in UT and went and drove this same truck. My stock f150 was night and day different. Was it the tires? Maybe but I really pushed the falcon vehicle and it really is better, They are getting mounted up today with the Falcon shock. A couple months of riding in it will tell me if i wasted money.

      about 8 months ago
    • gondorian
      gondorian In reply to Trevor Helm


      about 3 months ago
    • Efren Pando
      Efren Pando

      14:49 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

      about 9 months ago