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Rancho 9000XL review

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by Dirty Sanchez, Apr 16, 2011.

  1. Apr 16, 2011 at 8:51 AM
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    Dirty Sanchez

    Dirty Sanchez [OP] Well-Known Member

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    All Mod Cons- Leer 100XQ Thule rack Rancho 9000xl's Fabtech 4 light bar IPF968's Husky Liners Bed Mat Hi-Lift bed mount Tow Package FJ fog lamp switch
    Hey guys not much talk about Rancho 9000XL's on this forum so I thought I would speak up.

    I have had experience with 5100's on a Silverado I had with a rcd 6" lift. They rode fine but not as smooth as a previous f350 I had with Rancho 9000's.

    So I decided to installed the 9k's on all 4 corners of the 2010 Tacoma. I have them set on the softest setting and they do ride smoother than stock. Went to a Michelin MS tire as well. So if anyone is looking for an alternative to the bilstein or ome deal and want a smooth ride like me the 9000's will not dissappoint.

    They are made for Rancho by Monroe. And I just put 4 new sensitracs on my '97 Tacoma as well.

    Fraternally, -DS
     
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