Rancho Complete Lift Kit Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
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Rancho Complete Lift Kits elevate the quality of your truck or SUV with the clearance to power over anything, plus high-flying looks that help you ride roughshod above traffic. You'll have the room to ditch those stock donuts, too, in favor of a set of asphalt-gnarling knobby treads up to 35" in tire size.
Break open the box, and you'll immediately notice the Rancho suspension superior quality. Each piece is precision-cut from choice materials, including Rancho's signature steel one-piece sub-frame that adds strength and stability to your vehicle. And, there's 2 color options for the steel parts in Rancho's Complete Lift Kit: Outlaw Black or classic Rancho Red.
Installation is a challenging project usually left to a pro. If you're up for an adventure, though, you can jack-up your truck in a day or two. Rancho Lift Kits never need welding, and most require only minor drilling if any at all. Best yet, your Rancho Complete Lift Kit boasts a Lifetime Warranty.
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ricky L (Lapeer, MI) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram — Jan 24, 2012 12:08 PM
Kit really wasnt that had to install myself. Once you get past the 1 cut you have to make and breaking all the old parts loose, Its pretty easy from there on. It makes my 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 look more like a truck and gets rid of that 2" rake.
Reviewed by David P. K (Kiel, WI) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — Jul 18, 2006 12:45 PM
After installing the Rancho Lift in our truck, we are very happy with the way it looks. But, installing it was not exactly as cut and dry as they say. Rancho really needs to clarify the install of the subframe as cutting the fins off of the front differential housing (DOES NOT) give enough clearance by the lower control arm bracket. You have to cut off the bracket no matter what to make it fit with enough clearance as to not have anything hitting. Also, the front shocks are only about a 16th - 1/8 inch away from hitting the factory bumper stop mounts. Other than that, it is a good system and does make the truck looks nice. Some tweaking always needs to be done!
Reviewed by MICHAEL D (Kennesaw, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Ram — Mar 10, 2006 11:18 AM
the kit was easy, bolt on installation. vehicle rides the same as before. make sure to check your backspacing to prevent scrubbing. i have dick cepek 35 x 13.5 x20 tires on 20 x 10 moto metal rims and it looks great.