Off-roading stats (approach angle, departure angle, and break over) will be based on default height?

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So when we see the stats on approach angle, departure angle, and break over; are these stats at the default air shock height? If we are able to lower or raise the truck by inflating or deflating the shocks, won’t that change those angles? Shouldn’t there also be a measure of max approach angle, max departure angle, and max break over?

And if the shocks are getting a significant improvement right now, wouldn’t that further effect these angles?

Just wondering for a friend.
 

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Yes the angles would change based on height. Seems the given values are based on max height.

I don’t believe whatever improvement will happen will change the given specs. Already very good to begin with
 

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Since a small tweak to the front or rear bumper and the ride height can greatly effect the approach, departure, and break-over angles, I am waiting for sprint to summer of 2021, when hopefully they have locked down the CT more and have several rolling examples.
 

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Hopefully, we will get final numbers soon. Hopefully we will be pleased. peace
 
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