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Old 08-04-2011, 08:37 AM
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Cheapest place to buy Rancho's.....vendors can you beat this price?

Hi all,

I'm in need of some new shocks for my stock 2006 4x4 dually. I don't have the extra $$$ to spend on the Bilstiens, so I'm going with the stock replacement rancho's(5000's) that came with my FX4 package....plus Rancho has a $50 rebate on these 4 shocks too.

Part #'s are:

Front:RS5042
Rear:RS5254
steering damper:RS5413


Best price shipped I found for 4 shocks and the dampener are $233 via performance4trucks.com.


I'd prefer to support our vendors on this site so hopefully one can beat that price.


Thanks in advance,
Andy
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I bought my Rancho 5000 series through SummitRacing. Did you check there?

Only a suggestion.
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why you need schocks already??? man you tough on your truck lol jk man lol
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why you need schocks already??? man you tough on your truck lol jk man lol

Haa... haa... Shelby


The ole truck has 71,000 miles on it now on the originals so I figured the were due for some replacements.


Scruty.... I did check Summit and they are more $$$.
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Old 08-04-2011, 11:17 AM
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Andy I got 102,xxx on mine and they ride the same as the day I tooke the truck over.
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I put Monroe Reflexs on my 06 4x4 and found they ride much better than the Ranchos and have a lifetime warranty.
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Andy I got 102,xxx on mine and they ride the same as the day I tooke the truck over.
True, but mine are rusted all to hell and I'm sure they are wore out. With having new tires on the truck I want them to last as long as I can.

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I put Monroe Reflexs on my 06 4x4 and found they ride much better than the Ranchos and have a lifetime warranty.

Thanks Gary, but is yours a dually? I'm wanting to make sure were comparing apples to apples so to speak.
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No it is not a dually.
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Summit has a "price beat" guarantee! You just need to call in and give tell them where to find the info and they will beat any price
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