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Old 05-25-2008, 02:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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RANCHO 9000XL's ?

Hi all, anyone here using these shocks? The Rancho 9000XL adjustables.
I want to find out how good (or bad) they are before I consider purchasing some.
The vehicle they will be for is my 2600kg Nissan Patrol wagon, which has 6" lifted Tough Dog coils.
Its about 3100kg when loaded for a trip.
I currently have the smaller bodied earlier model 9000X adjustables but they are too soft when loaded up on a trip on full hard and one leaks a bit but I like the adjustability of them.
Also how much are you guys paying over there for them for say, about a 30" extended RanchoXL?

cheers, southy
Current toys: Nissan Patrol 4.2 turbo diesel, Holden Rodeo V6 (Isuzu crew cab)
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