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Old 10-10-2013, 01:15 PM   #1
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What's the advantage of changing the rear shocks with the rancho system. The front I get. allow you to level the truck. But why the rear?
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You can adjust the stiffness of the ride with the Rancho
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Provide a better quality shock and ride over the stock shocks.
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After replacing my shocks I would recommend new shocks for the rear. I replaced mine at 14,000 miles and thought there would not much change over stock rears. The ride now is much improved and the truck bed no longer bounces going over rough road.
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Once I put a few more miles on mine, I will definitely be upgrading to the Rancho Quicklift set up with the rear shocks.
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