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I have the Rancho 9000 and I don't know how there could be a better shock.
Having the ability to adjust them is why they are unbeatable.
I adjust them down for everyday driving with a empty truck for a softer smooth suspension.
Today I hauled a full load of oak firewood and had them dialled up near the stiffest
setting to keep the ride stable and firm. This is the issue with shocks, to have a shock that can control a fully loaded truck is going to be firm as hell empty.
With the Rancho 9000 you can have both rides and that goes for any adjustable shock regardless of the brand. Having the ability to adjust them is the key.
My vote is for a adjustable period. You have a light duty,medium duty and even a heavy duty shock when you go with a adjustable one..........
Hope this helps
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