Addictive Desert Designs on Trail of Missions

Back in June, Addictive Desert Designs was invited to participate in Desert Assassin's 2014 Trail of Missions. During that time ADD successfully tested our new Ford Raptor Lower Control Arm and Stock Replacement Spindle. Now is your chance to witness the week long excursion through 1,600 mile Baja terrain Sunday, November 9th, at 4:00PM PST and 7:00PM EST on CSB Sports.


Our Ford Raptor Stock Replacement Spindle has an integrated progressive turn stop, which ensures matched factory turning radius without having to limit or modify any of the stock components to operate safely. This spindle was rigorously tested during Trail of Missions ensuring smooth operation, optimal strength, as well as eliminating any possibility of crashing between components.

Also, our Ford Raptor Lower Control Arm works with stock or aftermarket shocks and a stock or ADD spindle. The Lower Control Arm is made using 3/16" steel plate, Race Quality Bushings and Stainless Steel Spacers making it the strongest lower control arm on the market.

Watch Trail of Missions this Sunday, November 9th, at 4:00PM PST and 7:00PM EST on CSB Sports to see Addictive Desert Designs' new Ford Raptor suspension parts being Baja tested and Baja approved.

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