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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-12-2000, 01:56 PM
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Rancho RS 9000\'s

Has anyone run the Rancho 9000's with the compresor. Like the kit from 4 Wheel parts wholesellers.
Its a kit with four shocks with in cab remote system $399.95 I was wondering if anyone has run this
kit and if its any good? Does it raise the vehicle a little or just firm up the shocks?


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Re: Rancho RS 9000\'s

hey,
IM running that set-up on my 72 CJ-5 and it works great. Some people have said that it leaks a little but i have had not problems with it. All the system does is firm up the shock to make the ride ruffer or softens them for a softer ride. That price is the same i payed for mine from the same place, you can't find them any cheaper than that. Hope that helps.


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Re: Rancho RS 9000\'s

Zilla, Tom here again. I have a set just for you that I ordered for my ZR2 that are 6" longer (and that's what you need,I called Rancho and they only make a 6" and 3" for the S-10 trucks) that I'm not going to use still in the box. And I can tell you where to get that set up to finish it out cheaper that 4wheel parts. I got them for $60 ea and they are still in the box. I'm not going to lift the Blazer 6" after all, but go with the 2.5 kit instead. It's taking Maximum forever to get that crap worked out. He's just a long way from selling it to the public and I'm not paying to have them install it. Check your e-mail too. Tom

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