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Made in the USA! Great article from JC Whitney

Re: Made in the USA! Great article from JC Whitney

Postby Rancho [OP] » Feb 06 2017, 5:24pm

2013 stock occasional towing.
I really like the adjustable RS9000XL shock. The adjustablilty is really nice. A lower setting is soft and a higher setting is similar to a monotube style shock so firmer.
For the rear.
http://www.gorancho.com/products/shock- ... 99198.html
For the front.
http://www.gorancho.com/products/shock- ... 99784.html

Thanks!!


esox07 wrote:Welcome Rancho: Which of your products do you recommend for a stock suspension 2013 Silverado 1500? Very little off road driving and some towing but nothing huge. So something that is geared toward on-road handling and comfort.
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Re: Made in the USA! Great article from JC Whitney

Postby loud_pipes » Feb 06 2017, 6:33pm

The adjustability of the RS9000XL's is nice, but they struggle in northern Ohio with all of the road salt and corrosive road de-icers. My adjusters seized after just 2 winters when I installed these shocks on a previous vehicle.
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Re: Made in the USA! Great article from JC Whitney

Postby Rancho [OP] » Feb 06 2017, 6:38pm

A couple thoughts to help out.
I always try and move the knob once a quarter. I know it isn't fun in the winter, that is for sure.
The knobs can be replaced too if they seize up. Call our Tech line on that 734-384-7804.



loud_pipes wrote:The adjustability of the RS9000XL's is nice, but they struggle in northern Ohio with all of the road salt and corrosive road de-icers. My adjusters seized after just 2 winters when I installed these shocks on a previous vehicle.
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