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    Which trackbar?

    In the market for front and rear adj trackbars. Looking at the Evo set, but also interested in the Rancho. Does anyone know if there is any difference between the two? I know the Evo set are beefy, but are the joints superior to the Rancho?


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    I am bias to ours

    Good luck in your choice.

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    Not sure you can go wrong with either.

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    My guess is users of both track bars are happy with theirs. Not sure many have tried both. I think Eddie has ran both now. With that said my EVO track bars are awesome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Meany View Post
    In the market for front and rear adj trackbars. Looking at the Evo set, but also interested in the Rancho. Does anyone know if there is any difference between the two? I know the Evo set are beefy, but are the joints superior to the Rancho?


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    I was weighing the same options and after watching Eddie’s video again, ordered Rancho front and rear. I figured I can put the $$ saved towards something else down the road. Rancho uses a smaller diameter tube than Evo but I think thicker.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Meany View Post
    In the market for front and rear adj trackbars. Looking at the Evo set, but also interested in the Rancho. Does anyone know if there is any difference between the two? I know the Evo set are beefy, but are the joints superior to the Rancho?


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    I know nothing about the EVO, but I've got the Rancho and it certainly has beef/heft that I think will never be challenged by a JL. I'm very happy with it. I only wish there was a way to adjust the length while on the Jeep. That's not a huge deal for me, though. I thought the price was reasonable, too.

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    The EVO track bar uses OE style joints like what the JK had. The Rancho track bar uses the new dual durometer style bushings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho Shocks View Post
    I am bias to ours

    Good luck in your choice.
    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    The EVO track bar uses OE style joints like what the JK had. The Rancho track bar uses the new dual durometer style bushings.
    Gonna give the Rancho set a shot.

    Thanks fellas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Meany View Post
    Gonna give the Rancho set a shot.

    Thanks fellas
    Just installed mine tonight. They are really nice

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    I have Rancho’s and zero issues!

    Love Evo, but Rancho was good for the $$$$

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