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Old 03-04-2014, 02:30 PM   #1
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From March 1 through June 30, 2014 take advantage of this great mail-in rebate on our shocks, and suspension systems.

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Old 03-11-2014, 09:05 PM   #2
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Hey I've got a 74 cj5 looking at putting a 2.5 inch suspension lift on it. What all do you guys have to offer?

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Old 03-12-2014, 10:38 AM   #3
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Hey I've got a 74 cj5 looking at putting a 2.5 inch suspension lift on it. What all do you guys have to offer?
We got you covered!
For a 74 CJ5 2.5":

RS44062 Front spring
RS712 Front kit
RS44162 Rear spring
RS713 Rear kit.

What type of shock?
The 5000, 7000 (monotube) or 9000 the adjustable ones?
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Old 03-12-2014, 02:15 PM   #4
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We got you covered! For a 74 CJ5 2.5": RS44062 Front spring RS712 Front kit RS44162 Rear spring RS713 Rear kit. What type of shock? The 5000, 7000 (monotube) or 9000 the adjustable ones? Let me know!
The 9000 please
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Old 03-12-2014, 03:12 PM   #5
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The 9000 please
For a 74 CJ5 2.5" the 9000's P/N are:
RS999113 (front)
RS999113 (rear)

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Old 03-12-2014, 06:09 PM   #6
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For a 74 CJ5 2.5" the 9000's P/N are: RS999113 (front) RS999113 (rear) Enjoy.
Thanks guys I'll be making an order soon!
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Old 03-13-2014, 10:31 AM   #7
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9000xls for a '12 Jk sport with a 2.5" lift

Also how much extra is the wireless controller? (And is it worth it?)

RS999329 (front)
RS999330 (rear)

We no longer offer the myRIDE. Sorry about that.
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Old 03-23-2014, 04:54 AM   #8
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I'm interested in 7000 and 9000
Price difference and big difference etc?

Please include part numbers
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Old 03-24-2014, 10:44 AM   #9
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4" lift
I'm interested in 7000 and 9000
Price difference and big difference etc?

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I don't sell direct so look to your favorite retailer for pricing.
The 9000's usually cost about $20ISH more per shock.
The 9000's are the adjustable one with a turn of the knob.
The 7000's are a monotube so a firm/responsive ride.

We offer 4 different 4" systems

4" SPORT RS66102B
4" TRAIL RS66103(B) B=black system
4" CRAWLER short arm RS66104(B)
4" CRAWLER long arm RS66105(B) you will also need the transmission cross member where the long arms attach. Different P/N for the different motor.


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Old 03-24-2014, 03:57 PM   #10
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Have a 4" all ready but purchase the 9000s yesterday thanks.
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Old 04-16-2014, 12:20 AM   #11
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Looking to add the 9000 series shocks on a 2013 JK 2dr sport with stock suspension. Vendor sites are not all the same exact model #. What does Rancho recommend?
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Looking to add the 9000 series shocks on a 2013 JK 2dr sport with stock suspension. Vendor sites are not all the same exact model #. What does Rancho recommend?
I just ordered 999328 & 999326 for my JKU
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Old 04-16-2014, 06:37 PM   #13
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I just ordered 999328 & 999326 for my JKU
Thanks. That is what the Rancho site shows for a JK, but some vendors are selling a 99327 for a JK. Just want to make sure before ordering.
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Thanks. That is what the Rancho site shows for a JK, but some vendors are selling a 99327 for a JK. Just want to make sure before ordering.
Got your PM and sent you the info. Thanks for your patience. As I was out of town last week.
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Old 06-25-2014, 09:41 PM   #16
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From March 1 through June 30, 2014 take advantage of this great mail-in rebate on our shocks, and suspension systems.

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Rancho Suspension: SPRING PROMOTION

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Any chance I could get a 3" trail system with lower control arms' included?

Or a 3" sport system with the rear TB bracket from the trail system (axle sided mounted)?

Question on the rebate, what determines the "valued at" amount for a lift kit and shock purchase? Is it the price paid (shown on reciept) or is the "value" pre-determined for each lift kit and shock?

Thanks a bunch!
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Old 06-26-2014, 11:26 AM   #17
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Any chance I could get a 3" trail system with lower control arms' included? Unfortunately not at this time. I often suggest getting the 3" SPORT and when you want up grade the arms.

Or a 3" sport system with the rear TB bracket from the trail system (axle sided mounted)? Same here.

Question on the rebate, what determines the "valued at" amount for a lift kit and shock purchase? Is it the price paid (shown on reciept) Yes! Price paid. or is the "value" pre-determined for each lift kit and shock?

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Rancho, are you saying the rear TB bracket on the sport system has been changed to a axle mounted bracket? Just wasn't to be sure since the pictures and instructions show a frame mounted bracket which is totally different from the trail system.

Thanks for the help.
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Caddmeister no changes, sorry for the confusion, What I did on my build was buy a JKS rear adjustable TB on our 4" Long Arm CRAWLER system.
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Rancho - Thanks for clarification. One more question. Which front and rear RS9000XL shocks goes with the 3" sport lift?
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Last day all!! Get those shocks and/or suspension for your ride!!!
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Got a set of the 9000s on route for my JKUR. So, is it better to mount these with or without the boots? I know plenty of people do both, is it just personal preference? Do they truly serve a purpose or do they cause more harm than good as some posts would seem to indicate?

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The boot does protect the shock rod from nicks, but routine care/maintenance must be taken to make sure that any rocks that may gather from mud is out of the boot, so no nicks occur on the rod.



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Got a set of the 9000s on route for my JKUR. So, is it better to mount these with or without the boots? I know plenty of people do both, is it just personal preference? Do they truly serve a purpose or do they cause more harm than good as some posts would seem to indicate?

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The boot will but imagine a huge sloppy mud pit that sand and gravel can/may get in and nick the boot. For me up front I don't ziptie the boots, they dangle but it doesn't look out of place. It makes it easy to spray down and get the junk out.


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Where do you live? The boot does protect the shock rod from nicks, but routine care/maintenance must be taken to make sure that any rocks that may gather from mud is out of the boot, so no nicks occur on the rod.
I'm in Seattle. Chances are they'll get wet at some point. Wouldn't the boot prevent rocks from getting in? What other maintenance would you suggest?
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The boot will but imagine a huge sloppy mud pit that sand and gravel can/may get in and nick the boot. For me up front I don't ziptie the boots, they dangle but it doesn't look out of place. It makes it easy to spray down and get the junk out.


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I'm in Seattle. Chances are they'll get wet at some point. Wouldn't the boot prevent rocks from getting in? What other maintenance would you suggest?
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I got my shocks today. I noticed that there are two bushings for the top of the front shocks. One is marked with a 1, the other with a 2. What's the difference?

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