I also hear alot about rancho shocks with adjustable dampening. I think this is the way I want to go on shocks, but again I dont know enough about these shocks to form an opinion. Anyone running this setup that could help me a little?
i assume your referring to the rancho 9000 series 5 way adjustable shocks. all i can say is their the absolute best IF you have a double duty rig and want to be pampered some. i enjoy my comfort so i now run YJ suspension with 9010s in the rear and 9012s in the front. turn them down on soft, rides better than a cadilac on the trails, turn them up to stiff, its actually too stiff for a zuk, have to back em off one notch from stiff or i will be bouncing tires off the ground. back em off one notch, my rig handles like a porsche, accept for the fact i sit just a little taller than a porsche. oh well, always draw backs to 33s huh? it depends on your use of the rig man. i drive mine every day on the street, so comfort is of the utmost importance to me. anybody who has riden in it can tell ya, its sweeeeet. plus on the trail, ive been known to thrash it a lil bit. and it still rides sweet on the trail too. but it comes with a hefty price for the 9000s. they seem to average $75 a piece. yes, i know there are places cheaper, and also have sales, just have to watch for them. but like i said, if you got a double duty rig and really enjoy your comfort, their going to make a world of difference.
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