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Old 05-26-2013, 08:14 PM   #1
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Rancho 2in Sport Lift

My last thread didn't get much love so I'm trying again. I have been looking into a budget boost due to, well my budget, because I want 33's. I found the Rancho 2in Sport Lift. I dont really want anything larger the. 2in. This seems almost the best of both worlds because you do get a spacer in the back and springs up front, with shocks. I found it with the RS9000xl online for 370 so that's a great deal. I like the idea of paying a little extra for a better ridge with my boost.

Also if anyone has a great 33in setup that's light and performs well on the highway, in mud and in the snow. I'm open to ideas.
2008 JKUR | 4.10 | Hardtop | CG

2.5" MC Dual Rate | 33" KM2 | 15" Procomp
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:21 PM   #2
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I'm running the level 8 trackers with 33x12.5x15 Goodyear duratracs, and will be installing the rancho 2" lift soon. Really happy with the wheels and tires, and they're about as light a combo as there is. Can't speak to the lift yet, but their customer service is great.

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Old 05-26-2013, 08:24 PM   #3
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I have the same 2-dr you have (Orange though) and actually kind of pieced my own lift together after purchasing 33" ProComps. Haven't been able to try it off-road just yet but it rides fine on the highway. I started with a TerraFlex leveling kit with just the pucks. I also bought springs from an unlimited (18/59) and shocks from a COD. Swapped the springs because my original were 14/55. I put one puck in each corner (1" each) and new springs/shocks. I ended up with almost a 2.5" difference over stock but it pretty much handles like stock. Hopefully I'll get a chance to try it out off-road soon.

I went this route because I've heard the aftermarket lifts can have a pretty harsh ride. In order to keep the wife willing to ride in the Jeep, I decided to try to keep the ride similar. All-in-all, it cost about $330 for all the parts and I did the work myself. Also had to spend $80 to check the alignment but you'd probably have to do that anyway. Your results may vary and your goals are probably different, but it's another inexpensive option.
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:25 PM   #4
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There is a whole other thread called
Rancho 2" sport lift installed
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Old 05-26-2013, 09:05 PM   #5
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Make sure you get the right kit... They have different kits for 2 and 4 doors. I bought from 4wheelparts and they just had the 4 door kit. The folks at rancho were really good at getting it sorted out, but it's an avoidable problem if you pay look at the part numbers of the kit
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