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FlatBroke

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Posted: 09/22/20 08:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I’m another Rancos to Bilstien user. Bilstien give me a better ride unloaded or loaded.



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FishOnOne wrote:

I believe Ford stopped using the marketed Rancho shocks on 2018 and up.

I ran a set of the adjustable Rancho's for less than one year and they were shot on my current truck.


My 2018 FX4 Lariat did not have Rancho name on shocks when I removed them. The OEM were garbage. I replaced struts and shocks with Fox 2.0. The wobble is much better. Slightly firmer ride. Fox are linear valving. I think the OEM must have been progressive valving. Bilstein are digressive.

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srt20 wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

I believe Ford stopped using the marketed Rancho shocks on 2018 and up.

I ran a set of the adjustable Rancho's for less than one year and they were shot on my current truck.


My 2018 FX4 Lariat did not have Rancho name on shocks when I removed them. The OEM were garbage. I replaced struts and shocks with Fox 2.0. The wobble is much better. Slightly firmer ride. Fox are linear valving. I think the OEM must have been progressive valving. Bilstein are digressive.


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FishOnOne wrote:

srt20 wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

I believe Ford stopped using the marketed Rancho shocks on 2018 and up.

I ran a set of the adjustable Rancho's for less than one year and they were shot on my current truck.


My 2018 FX4 Lariat did not have Rancho name on shocks when I removed them. The OEM were garbage. I replaced struts and shocks with Fox 2.0. The wobble is much better. Slightly firmer ride. Fox are linear valving. I think the OEM must have been progressive valving. Bilstein are digressive.


Good to see you around srt20

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I also switched from Rancho to Bilstein's on our 2001 chev dually. Maybe just because but Bilstein's on 05 chev.

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