Reviewed By Dale G (Victorville, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-250 —2/7/2017 8:06 AM
put these shocks on a F-250 a very big improvement thanks auto anything and fast shipping
Reviewed By Dominique G (Ocean Springs, MS) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Expedition —2/1/2017 5:25 PM
Installed these on the rear of an Expedition with a 3" lift. At first I thought they were terrible because they seemed to ride like an old worn out Cadillac - way too soft. Thankfully Tech support told me I had installed them upside down! The rubber booted side goes up. They now ride great. They are smooth but controlled. Couldn't be happier.
Reviewed By Justin B (Henderson, NV) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Silverado —1/19/2017 8:29 PM
I think that Rancho has a very high tech support system for keeping Vehicles like my 2000 Chevy Silverado on the road straight with good suspension and good shocks I will continue to buy more product from you because I love this kind of product on my vehicle I also love the product that AutoAnything gives out. thank you
Here’s the lowdown on everything you need to know about Rancho and KYB suspension systems.
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Head off on a leisurely stroll around the pit row of any off-road racetrack and you’ll see one very common sight—Rancho suspension systems.
If you’re after better handling and a smoother ride, you may want to consider upgrading your suspension system. Use our Rancho & Skyjacker comparison guide to choose the right shocks for your car or truck.
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