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post #1 of 10 Old 10-31-2012, 05:03 AM Thread Starter
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Rancho 2 inch sport suspension??

Anyone has this set up?? On an unlimited? Hows the ride And performance?? Thanks in advance

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post #2 of 10 Old 10-31-2012, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone has this set up?? On an unlimited? Hows the ride And performance?? Thanks in advance
Anyone??
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If you mean this lift http://www.quadratec.com/products/16031_4301.htm it seems to be a good deal, just the well known adjustable shocks have a retail price of nearly the complete kit. Keep in mind that the rear is only lifted 0.75". I think it is a very good deal for older Wranglers with worn shocks who want to run up to 33 to 34" tires and might have a front bumper with winch. Since you havenīt filled out your profile I assume from your name and join date that you have a 2012 JKU Rubicon. In this case you have new springs and shocks so you might just want to get 1.75" spring spacers up front and 0.75" in the back. What do you want to accomplish?
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If you mean this lift http://www.quadratec.com/products/16031_4301.htm it seems to be a good deal, just the well known adjustable shocks have a retail price of nearly the complete kit. Keep in mind that the rear is only lifted 0.75". I think it is a very good deal for older Wranglers with worn shocks who want to run up to 33 to 34" tires and might have a front bumper with winch. Since you havenīt filled out your profile I assume from your name and join date that you have a 2012 JKU Rubicon. In this case you have new springs and shocks so you might just want to get 1.75" spring spacers up front and 0.75" in the back. What do you want to accomplish?
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. Thanks for the reply! I have a 2010 rubicon with 33" with spidertraxx 1.5 wheel spacers. And ARB front And rear bumper, plus the ARB rocksliders Are these shocks nitrocharged?? should i get the upgraded shocks on this kit???...
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. Thanks for the reply! I have a 2010 rubicon with 33" with spidertraxx 1.5 wheel spacers. And ARB front And rear bumper, plus the ARB rocksliders Are these shocks nitrocharged?? should i get the upgraded shocks on this kit???...
All 9000 series are nitrocharged and have 9 settings of dampening. Get the wireless controller and you can change the settings from inside the cab.

http://www.gorancho.com/shocks.php?shock=RS9000XL
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post #6 of 10 Old 11-03-2012, 07:59 PM
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Don't get the wireless controller unless you tow. Much like an adjustable trackbar/control arms/quick disconnects/etc once you adjust them to your liking you aren't going to change them. And really even then they are easy to adjust with a little dial on each one. Everybody I have ever heard running them (myself included) have them virtually all the way down on 1 or 2. Thems some hard shocks! LOL (I like them fine though and are not replacing them)

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post #7 of 10 Old 11-05-2012, 11:06 AM
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Anyone has this set up?? On an unlimited? Hows the ride And performance?? Thanks in advance
As asked earlier, what year by chance? Found that answer, go with the RS9000XL's.AS mentioned they are adjustable and a great fit for the JK platform. If you have a 2 door 2013 soft top in SoCal, I have a free one for you.

2012 JKU with the 2" system.



2012 JK with the system


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As asked earlier, what year by chance? If you have a 2 door 2013 soft top in SoCal, I have a free one for you.
Rancho_Lifts, 3 posts up, he says he has a 2010.

But if you have freebies to give away, I have a 2012 2 door. I'll be any test mule you want me to be.
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post #9 of 10 Old 11-05-2012, 12:26 PM
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Thanks missed that post. Trade that 2 door in for a 13. Kidding, congrats on a 12!!!

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Rancho_Lifts, 3 posts up, he says he has a 2010.

But if you have freebies to give away, I have a 2012 2 door. I'll be any test mule you want me to be.

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post #10 of 10 Old 11-05-2012, 12:29 PM
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Wow, those shocks sure make those Jeeps look good...

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