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XC700116 06-03-2008 02:40 AM

Rancho Quick Lift Leveling kit
 
Well I'm new to the forum but have been lingering and posting a little bit here and there.

I just got the Rancho Quick lift leveling kit and matching RS9000XL shocks for the rear installed on my 05 S-Crew and figured I'd offer up a little review for you all.

Price- roughly twice the price of the spacer style kits. (4 wheel parts offered a by 3 get 1 on Rancho so I added the rears too)

Install - You will need to have a spring compressor for struts and an alignment afterwards, so I opted to have them professionally installed by 4 wheel parts.

Look - Looks perfectly level ( I will get pics up this weekend)

Ride - This is the best part My truck rides like a caddy now. It's AWESOME. Plus since all the shocks are adjustable I can change it up for trail riding, towing or hauling. Later this summer Rancho will be releasing "My Ride" wireless control system and I will be adding it. It allows you to adjust the stiffnes of your shocks from in your cab via a remote control that displays the current setting. All hardware is mounted outside the cab and pods or guages just a remote that you can throw in the glove box.

Overall - I give it a 9 out of 10 I love everything so far but it was a little spendy (about $650 all said and done after adding the rears, install, and alignment). :thumbup:

bigmojo 06-08-2008 01:39 PM

XC700116, did you get the Rancho Quick Lift from 4wheel parts?

XC700116 06-09-2008 11:50 PM

Yeah I got it during Truck Fest. Good Pricing at the show. Also got an Edge Evo and Magnaflow SISO Exhaust.

occory 06-22-2008 03:40 PM

ok, so 4 wheel parts quoted me $187 per side for the rancho quicklift kit plus $225.00 labor, plus $93.99 for the camber kit, plus $40.00 install the cam kit, plus, $110.00 for align, plus $46.00 each for rear shocks and $22.50 for labor each.

So total:
$842.99 for front
$137.00 for rear
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$979.99 Total, of course these price included all their coupons and discounts possible. This sound expensive to me. What you all think?

2005 f 150 4 door 4x4

XC700116 06-24-2008 12:27 AM

I paid 187 per side and 85 for the first rear the second rear was free during the show. They charged like 180 for install and like 90 for the alignment. free install on the rears.

I can look at my slip when I get home after the 4th but I'm pretty sure that was all. I guess it was more like 750 but that was with the show specials that were going and I talked them down on the install a bit since I spent like 1700 that day.

They didn't mention anything about a camber kit to me. I'd check with rancho on that. I'm guessing it's a standard shim kit for alignment with a lift which should be included in the price of the alignment. You could probably buy the stuff and take it to any suspension shop for install and save a few bones.

ak_cowboy 02-04-2010 09:27 PM

I know this is an old thread, but how do you like it after a couple years?

BLC 02-07-2010 03:13 PM

I have the rancho 6" quicklift with the same shocks and my "my ride" option. Riding like a caddy is an understatement. I love it! It's also nice to go from street to dirt and have adjustable settings. The kits been on the truck since 05 and everything on it still seems brand new.

ak_cowboy 02-16-2010 02:47 AM

How much did that cost you? if you don't mind me asking. I want to eventually to be sitting on a 6" with 35s.

BLC 02-16-2010 02:52 AM

these guys are running a good promo on them right now... if you can afford it the "my ride" system is so worth it.

http://4wheelonline.com/Rancho_Shock_Absorbers.334

ak_cowboy 02-16-2010 03:02 AM

That looks like a smokin deal, I'm still working on payments and paying school off though... :(


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