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Thread: Our new 3.5" SPORT system for the JLU Wrangler non-Rubicon with RS9000XL shocks

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    Our new 3.5" SPORT system for the JLU Wrangler non-Rubicon with RS9000XL shocks

    Experience the versatile, purpose-built Rancho® 3.5-inch Sport suspension system for the Jeep Wrangler JL Unlimited Non-Rubicon. This new, 100-percent bolt-on system from Rancho Performance Suspension and Shocks allows for the use of up to 35-inch tires for capable, all-around performance. The Sport system also features a NEW Rancho exclusive innovation to the Jeep JL: Rancho® RS9000XL shocks with brand-new Dynamic Rebound Spring (DRS) technology. New DRS technology is a unique internal system that includes a precisely tuned metal spring and fortified interior construction to provide additional control, reduce body roll and prevent rod overextension inside the shock. The new system includes a pair of front and rear corner-specific progressive rate coil springs, specifically tuned to provide superior on-road comfort and off-road performance. The corner-specific springs ensure your JL Unlimited maintains a perfectly level stance and ride – even during towing or heavy loading. To maintain travel integrity, the Sport system includes front 3-inch and rear 2-inch bump stop extensions. Adding lift and extended travel, the system also includes front sway bar adapter brackets, rear extended sway bar end links, and an e-brake line relocation bracket. This system is precision engineered to be 100-percent compatible with the Jeep Factory Electronic Stability System. Designed with 35-inch tires and 17-inch wheels with 4.5-inch of backspacing. Kit also allows the reuse of OE wheels and tires. Backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty**.

    TL/DR. The RS9000XL paired with these coils will make your JL ride really nice both off and on-road
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    WTF...
    Don't you guys ever sleep? Definitely a pretty cool offering.

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    Ha!!
    And we are just getting started.
    Busy over here.


    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    WTF...
    Don't you guys ever sleep? Definitely a pretty cool offering.

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    Sure, right after I put the RS5000X on you have to go and release the RS9000XLs.


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    I have the 3.5 sport lift on my JLU and it’s great. I noted in the installation instructions the recommendation for the control arm drop brackets. Would you have any other recommendations, such as adjustable track bars or trackbar brackets? I also see the control arms and track bars are new items in the Crawler kit, but would they be available separately? Thanks!

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    So all parts are available separately now!
    At this height I would just use the brackets honestly. Going higher is when we see the "shift" and the need for trackbars.
    Thanks Matt

    Quote Originally Posted by aust249 View Post
    I have the 3.5 sport lift on my JLU and it’s great. I noted in the installation instructions the recommendation for the control arm drop brackets. Would you have any other recommendations, such as adjustable track bars or trackbar brackets? I also see the control arms and track bars are new items in the Crawler kit, but would they be available separately? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho Shocks View Post
    So all parts are available separately now!
    At this height I would just use the brackets honestly. Going higher is when we see the "shift" and the need for trackbars.
    Thanks Matt
    Thanks for the reply!

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