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30 Seconds of Flying Ford Raptors

You've probably seen that video where a guy ruins his Raptor by hitting a truly epic jump. If you haven't (and that sounds entertaining), watch it in the thread here. I'm fairly certain Kelley Blue Book pulled these clips from the footage of their Raptor review. It's much easier to sit through thirty seconds airborne trucks than it is to watch ten minutes of "this truck is awesome everyone should love it."

Check out the video on the blog here!
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