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rancho lift

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by joesfj40, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. joesfj40

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    im just wondering if anyone is running ranchos lift on there rig, fj40 n this forum and do they like it? :)
     
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    ive heard there pretty stiff and not great for flexing. do a search, some guy made his ranch flexy
     
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    Yes people are running them. Some say they are 2 stiff. My Skyjackers were to stiff for a while. It was after a good trip to Moab and a run through the Rubicon that they finally started flex well. I bet you will find most springs stiff at first. Some may take longer to break in than others.
     
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    i have them and they suck, they are so stiff, i am going soa, ill sell them to you. cheap
     
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    cam, 2 or 4 inch and let me know how much. PM me please
     
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    2 inch, will pm you, sorry to highjack the thread
     
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    i am running a skyjacker 4" sua lift and it seems to perform fairly well. i purchased the springs fairly well worn so i didn't have to worry about breaking them in. you might consider doing this if you decide to go rancho. from what i understand aussie and rancho are the stiffest then skyjacker and hell for stout is supposedly the best......just my 2 cents. good luck