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Thread: Going to install the Rancho 2” lift kit

  1. #31
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    Did a speedo check today to see how much it’s of.

    Looks like 5.7%

    70 indicated = actual 74

    80 indicated = actual 84.6

    Did check with a GPS app on the phone and with a Lidar “gun”. (Lidar being the most accurate)

    Not sure if I bother spending the $300.00 to get the hardware to reprogram the tire size, doesn’t seem worth it for that small of a discrepancy

  2. #32
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    How do you like the ride of this lift? Have you wheeled it yet?

    I just put on 315/70R17 Ko2's and am thinking I need to add a little lift to get the wheel well clearance back. Been over analyzing this one vs Dynatrac vs just doing a small spacer lift.

    The price point of the Rancho lift is really attractive and, if the ride is as good as they say, I'd rather use the extra $600 on the evo engine skid plate.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsbbronco View Post
    How do you like the ride of this lift? Have you wheeled it yet?

    I just put on 315/70R17 Ko2's and am thinking I need to add a little lift to get the wheel well clearance back. Been over analyzing this one vs Dynatrac vs just doing a small spacer lift.

    The price point of the Rancho lift is really attractive and, if the ride is as good as they say, I'd rather use the extra $600 on the evo engine skid plate.

    Thanks!
    I have not taken it on any real off road yet but it rides fine on the road at least up to 90 indicated. Only wheeling I have done is over some hills and obstacles to make sure I did not screw up any of the electrical connections for the sway bar disconnect and the lockers. I feel it rides as good or slightly better than stock but it’s hard to say. But for $600.00 it is worth a shot

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