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rancho's vs. stock bilsteins

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by evansa22, Aug 22, 2010.

  1. evansa22

    evansa22 [OP] Member

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    hey guys,

    rear end is stock, front has a long travel setup, i have some rancho rs 5000's sitting in my garage from my dad took off his jeep cherokee, would these be better suited for off roading or should i just stick with the stock bilsteins that came with trd package? the ranchos look a little beefier, would just need to swap bushings. appreciate any advice
     
  2. 98tacoma27

    98tacoma27 :POOPCORN: Staff Member

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    I had some on my 98 once. Not a bad shock IMHO, but seeing how the ones you have are valved for a cherokee they will probably be too stiff.
     
  3. evansa22

    evansa22 [OP] Member

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    thanks 98 appreciate the help, would b easier to just stick with the bilsteins neways until the rear end gets an overhaul
     
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