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Old 09-01-2013, 08:34 PM   #1
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All the details are here and the forms to download!
Rancho Suspension: RANCHO® "WHEEL'N & DEAL'N" PROMOTION

This is a great time to upgrade your shocks and save!
Check with your favorite off-road shop or online location.
Shocktober is from September 1-October 31, 2013.

As always, keep a copy of all your information. Usually takes about 8-12 weeks for the rebate, but sometimes longer since this is a very popular program!







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Old 09-17-2013, 10:13 PM   #2
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Just picked up my 7000's. Looking forward to installing them after our road trip. I was surprised to see made in Canada as I thought Rancho shocks were made in the good ol USA.

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Just picked up my 7000's. Looking forward to installing them after our road trip. I was surprised to see made in Canada as I thought Rancho shocks were made in the good ol USA.
So the 5000's and 9000's are assembled and made in the USA. The 7000's are made in Canada, but assembled in the USA.

Don't cut the straps on the 7000's tough to compress since high pressure nitrogen charge.
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I have a JK 4dr with 2" budget lift and wanted to swap out the rubi shocks with these. Shocks currently have the extension brackets on them so wondering what would be the right length to swap out with. Hoping to get the 3 or 4 rancho lift at a later date as well. Thoughts?
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I have a JK 4dr with 2" budget lift and wanted to swap out the rubi shocks with these. Shocks currently have the extension brackets on them so wondering what would be the right length to swap out with. Hoping to get the 3 or 4 rancho lift at a later date as well. Thoughts?

My thoughts on this are to wait until spring to save on both our shocks and suspension. We usually offer a STRONG rebate early spring/summer. The reason being is that there are different shock lengths I would suggest for a 2" system, 3" and a 4" system.
Hope this helps...
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Can you confirm the part number that I'd need for a:


2008 4-door JK with:
2.5" Rough Country Suspension Lift
35" tires

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Can you confirm the part number that I'd need for a:


2008 4-door JK with:
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35" tires

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Old 10-01-2013, 11:38 AM   #8
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Would these be the same numbers for a 2.5 inch teraflex coil lift?
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Would these be the same numbers for a 2.5 inch teraflex coil lift?
Yes sir! Any 2.5"- 3" systems these work well.
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Yes sir! Any 2.5"- 3" systems these work well.
Thanks! I know I remember reading about different ones for more flex or something but I don't remember. I will be ordering the ones you recommend!
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Thanks! I know I remember reading about different ones for more flex or something but I don't remember. I will be ordering the ones you recommend!
Cool! the 31/32 are for a 4" system, but some like to run the longer ones.
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Cool! the 31/32 are for a 4" system, but some like to run the longer ones.
Are there any ill effects from running the longer ones?
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Are there any ill effects from running the longer ones?
No ill effects, just have to be careful with your bumpstops, might need taller ones. They are about 1" longer, FYI.
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No ill effects, just have to be careful with your bumpstops, might need taller ones. They are about 1" longer, FYI.
Ok. So the teraflex lift comes with longer bumps tops, but I may need longer ones? I think I will stick with the 29, 30 ones then
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Ok. So the teraflex lift comes with longer bumps tops, but I may need longer ones? I think I will stick with the 29, 30 ones then
Correct! May need longer ones. 29/30 perfect fit for this system.
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Correct! May need longer ones. 29/30 perfect fit for this system.
Copy that! 29 30 it is! Thanks for the help!
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Old 10-01-2013, 02:00 PM   #17
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This is a dumb question, but going from factory shocks to these......how noticable will the difference be?

At times now, I feel like I'm driving a tractor.
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This is a dumb question, but going from factory shocks to these......how noticable will the difference be?

At times now, I feel like I'm driving a tractor.
As my buddy says.... like a couch on wheels. It is a noticeable difference over stock. A 3-4 setting is really a soft ride, a 8-9 is firm for sure.
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As my buddy says.... like a couch on wheels. It is a noticeable difference over stock. A 3-4 setting is really a soft ride, a 8-9 is firm for sure.
Yeah, I love my Jeep, but it is my DD, and I put some miles on it. So a smooth ride would make me

Would you recommend the 3-4 setting on the front and rear?
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Yeah, I love my Jeep, but it is my DD, and I put some miles on it. So a smooth ride would make me

Would you recommend the 3-4 setting on the front and rear?
Yes, I cranked them up when I got to fire roads and the like.
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what is the best setting to run the 9000's at while off roading
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what is the best setting to run the 9000's at while off roading
This is suggested:



I go to a soft setting in the rocks, but if I know there are fire roads etc I will crank it up to a 8-9.
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Any chance this applies to the 2 inch sport system lift?
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Any chance this applies to the 2 inch sport system lift?
Just shocks this go around. Suspension and shocks in the spring.
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Any deals coming up soon?
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Things look to be on target for a spring/early summer rebate program.
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