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    Rancho’s 2” Lift

    Finally got around to putting on the Rancho 2” lift I bought back on Black Friday....yeah I know. It came with the front and rear sway bar links...not the extension brackets...and I got the Rs 9000s..funny thing about the RS9000 it took a few minutes to figure out how to extend them. Anyway thanks to Eddie’s video it was pretty simple. I actually didn’t have to disconnect the track bar front or rear. The tricky part for me was getting those nubs in the rear upper spring perches to line up...What retard designed those...next time I’m in there those are getting RTV’d in place...

    Quick question for anyone running the RS9000s what setting is best overall? I’m at 5 to start.IMG_0544.JPGIMG_0545.JPG

    Now I need tires but unfortunately it will be after EJS...also the sliders unless I can get some there.


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    Last edited by Shadowfire; 04-07-2019 at 05:44 PM.

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    Awesome! So glad to hear our video was helpful to you. Regarding settings, I personally like to run the fronts higher than the rear. 5 up front and 3 for the rear is usually pretty nice for around town. Off road, 6 and 4 is usually about what I run.

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    Thanks I’ll adjust accordingly. I did also cut the zip tie on the passenger side wire harness for the FAD which had a 2” loop and pull one of the harness clips for the locker for extra slack on those. Your video was very helpful.


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    PS thanks for fixing the tittle lol I tried but it wouldn’t let me


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