The Bronco Raptor uses position-sensitive dampers from Fox that are similar to those equipped on the F-150 Raptor. Ford calls the Bronco Raptor's setup HOSS 4.0 (High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension), and it includes 3.1-inch-diameter internal bypass dampers with remote reservoirs in the rear. It's also equipped with Ford Performance front and rear control arms, which allow for 60 percent front and 40 percent more wheel travel than a base Bronco, and larger tie rods.
Ford says the Bronco Raptor's track is 9.8 inches wider than the base Bronco's. That's in part because of the upgraded heavy-duty Dana 50 solid rear axle and Dana 44 front axles with upgraded half-shafts.
The Bronco Raptor's transfer case has a higher-capacity clutch and a 67.7:1 crawl ratio. It also gets front and rear locking differentials and a hydraulic disconnecting front anti-roll bar.
Skid plates protect the driveline, transmission, and transfer case, and there are Raptor-specific rock rails. Raptors have 13.1 inches of ground clearance, 1.6 more than a Bronco Sasquatch.