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  1. BWatts
    02-15-2015 02:56 PM
    BWatts
    Hi,
    reading this post what would you susgest for my lift. I have a 15 jku that I'm going to install a teraflex 2.5' lift.. If there were some complete kits from Rancho with 4 springs I'd consider it. I already have the RS6250B Kit.
  2. Rancho
    01-13-2015 01:31 PM
    Rancho
    Tarpon, the springs are a linear spring. A lot of guys are running the RockKrawler 1.5" springs in the rear. At this time we don't offer a rear spring. Hope this helps. Matt
  3. tarpon4me
    Hey man. I was curious, what type of springs did my 2" Rancho sport kit come with? (progressive, dual rate, etc...) Also, do you guys have a rear spring available now? What I did in the rear is put a JKU #58 rear spring in my 2 door to help with hauling/towing, and kept the spacer in place. I got around 3" total lift, and i'm looking for a rear spring that will have similar load bearing capabilities as well as same lift. Just looking to get away from the spacer.
  4. Rancho
    12-09-2014 04:20 PM
    Rancho
    DF Jeep,
    Go with our 3" shocks. RS7329/RS7330. Enjoy the ride.
  5. DF Jeep
    12-09-2014 05:50 AM
    DF Jeep
    I am installing Rock Krawler 1.5" coil springs on my 13 JKU. I have added bumpers and rock rails (about 250lbs). Which 7000's do I want? Thank you.
  6. Rancho
    09-02-2014 10:44 AM
    Rancho
    No just switch out to the correct P/N's. RS5405 should do it (x2)
  7. loud pipes
    Hey Rancho, I have a 2012 JKUR with a 2.5" Rough Country kit and 315/70/17s. I've already changed out the RC shocks for Rancho 9000s (love 'em). Now I want to change out the dual steering stabilizers. Can I just swap them for Ranchos as well or do I need to change the mounting hardware to go with it? Thanks.
  8. Rancho
    08-25-2014 09:52 PM
    Rancho
    Try a 4 or maybe a 3... more "squishy".
  9. Fleche
    08-25-2014 07:53 PM
    Fleche
    Got them set at 5 for now and am pretty happy with the ride. My wife thinks it's a bit bumpy on the street though.
  10. Rancho
    08-25-2014 01:51 PM
    Rancho
    Fleche looks great!!!! What setting did you set the shocks at?

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