I just ordered some Rancho five position shocks. I was wondering if anyone else has experiance with them. Did I make a good decision considering that I do both extreem off roading and highway driving. Also I will be hauling trailers form time to time.
George I. Pare'
"Tonka Toy" CJ5 1980
Based on your "versatile" needs, you probably made the right decision. If you just did some light off-roading now and then, highway, and towing, I would say you could get by fine without them, that's my situation and I just use a good quality shock with no problems. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" />
rancho 9000's --they have helped my winter ride considerably. SOA and 35's get's the COG up high enough that without a sway bar, my jeep leans really bad in the turns WITH A FULL HARDTOP (scrambler). the 9000's let me dial it stiffer with the top and keep it softer without my top. Although different than towing, I still think you made the right choice. When you install them remember to keep the knobs "IN" or towards the axle. it makes them a little harder to adjust but a lot safer from damage on the trail.
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