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Old 08-31-2013, 10:21 AM
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Any Rancho Shock wizards around?

Trying to put new Rancho RS9000s on my non lifted Early99 F350 CCLB. I pulled one of the fronts off and the metal sleeve inside the urethane bushing is on the wrong end - sleeve on the top not on the bottom.

The shocks are the RS999267s that came from Rancho's app table.

Has anyone run into this before? I've tried to drive out the sleve to see if I can swap it top to bottom but I stopped when it looked like I'd destroy it.

The Rancho techs seem to be off enjoying the weekend so I'm kind of stuck.

Thanks for any help.
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