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I've always run Rancho shocks on my vehicles and need to replace the shocks on a 1982 Scrambler that I just bought back from the guy I sold it to 20 years ago. I see only the rears listed on the website.

The vehicle has an add-a-leaf kit in both the front and rear...so I assume I need the shocks which specify a 2" lift. Yes? I don't know exactly how much the add-a-leaf raises the vehicle.

I've found these 2 numbers for the rear, but can't find anything for the front:

RS999118
RS55118

Can you tell me what is needed? Thanks!
 

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So just to clarify, are you saying I should get RS55113 or RS999113 for BOTH the front and rear?

If I specify 1.5 in., it tells me 113. If I specify 2" it tells me either 113 or 118. I don't really know how much the lift is with the add-a-leaf. I just bought this vehicle back after selling it 20 years ago.
 

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113 is the front (This is also used in our shorter application too FYI)
118 is the rear.
This is for a 2.5" system

Best way to find out the rear is to take that rear shock off and extend/compress it to get the travel.

Thanks!
 
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