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From September 1st until October 31, is our Rancho rebate program.
We will be offering an exciting promotion that allows customers to purchase any combination of four (4) qualifying Rancho® products and get a Visa® Prepaid Card* by mail for the purchase price of the lowest priced unit, up to our current suggested list price.

The link with all the info:

www.gorancho.com/promotions

Tips to Ensure Timely Processing of Rewards:
Be sure to carefully review the Terms on the back side of enclosed rebate form.
Before mailing in each submission, check that each product sold is listed in the "Qualifying Products/Series" section on the rebate form.
Please fill out each rebate form completely. Do not submit a rebate form with fields left blank.
Include all requested documentation, including a completed rebate form and authentic dated sales receipt. (If products were purchased online, please also include the UPC symbols cut from the packaging of all qualifying products.) Rebates will not be processed without supporting documentation.
Follow posted promotion and postmark dates. Submissions must be postmarked by November 30, 2016. Early or late submissions will not be accepted.



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I need two rears...any idea what length I need when I lift it 2 inches? My stock shocks are to short and wont "fall out" so to speak. Its a RC 2 inch rear lift but I don't want their garbage shocks.
Any suggestions?
 

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funny thing i was researching these shocks all day long.i want to level my front by 2" but don't want to use spacers.i feel the quick lift front shocks will do that trick without sacrificing ride quality.just might have to pull the trigger on these.....
 

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What year? Let me know and I can try and help out.

05Canuck said:
I need two rears...any idea what length I need when I lift it 2 inches? My stock shocks are to short and wont "fall out" so to speak. Its a RC 2 inch rear lift but I don't want their garbage shocks.
Any suggestions?
 

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Nice!!! :)

MIDNITE Z71 said:
funny thing i was researching these shocks all day long.i want to level my front by 2" but don't want to use spacers.i feel the quick lift front shocks will do that trick without sacrificing ride quality.just might have to pull the trigger on these.....
 
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