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Old 06-13-2009, 01:39 AM
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Default Anyone have Rancho QuickLift shocks?

I have an 06 1500 5.7 Hemi Quad Cab short box, and looking to put a leveling kit on along with new shocks. I found the Rancho Quicklifts and they look like something with potential to me since they will give me the new shocks and level the turck at the same time. Wondering if anyone has them on their truck or know anything about them. Thanks for the help.
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The Rancho Quicklifts re-use your existing coil spring so just make sure you know a shop that can take them off your existing strut and put them on the Rancho strut. Bilsten also makes an adjustable quick lift strut.
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