Reviewed By STEVEN S (Greenacres, FL) Reviewed for a 2002 GMC Sierra —4/25/2017 4:57 AM
great value and a breeze to install most important they work well for my truck with new cooper tires which are 18inch
Reviewed By Elbert J. S (Cathedral City, CA) —4/21/2017 8:49 PM
I did my research and find the the Rancho Shocks are everything I expected and turned my o8 Dodge Ram Maxi Cab 3500 two wheel truck into a Cadalic Truck. I'm 75 yrs old and have had trucks all my life and these shocks are the best in the business.
Reviewed By Thuy D (San Jose, CA) Reviewed for a 1999 Jeep Wrangler —4/18/2017 7:13 AM
I was running with Rancho RS9000 for 118,000 miles. The shocks final gave up. The RS5000 was a step down for RS9000 but I do like like the ride from RS5000 more.
Here’s the lowdown on everything you need to know about Rancho and KYB suspension systems.
Know before you buy! Read customer reviews about Rancho Suspension Systems or ask our Product Experts.
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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