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Just wondering, has anyone installed the Rancho Quick Lift front strut assemblies?
They are a complete front strut assembly with the shock (strut), spring & all bushings, bumpers and mounts. All in one complete unit. No need to transfer your spring or other hardware. Figure I will try these. I had a spacer installed for a couple years now & my struts are clunking over bumps & very little damping so they needed replacement anyhow. Thanx.
 

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I just looked on their site and it says "Must reuse OE coil spring and upper mount. Coil spring and mount not included." Are you looking at something else? I got excited for a second thinking that it was a complete assembly...
 

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I have had these on the front for 10k miles without any issue. You do have to reuse your OEM springs. My truck doesn't see any real offroading with the exception of Upstate NY's pothole strewn roads! I would recommend them so far. I clear 275/60-20's(33x11.5) tires with this set-up with no issues.
 

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Go to the "Rocky Mtn Suspension" site. Look under Nissan leveling kits, towards the bottom. Shows a pic & this description.
"Rancho Loaded Quick Lift Suspension System" Clearly says "Pre Assembled with coil spring & upper mount". The way I read it, these are included.
Heres the link...

Nissan Frontier, Titan, Armada, Kia Sorrento front leveling kits

Heres the description...

Rancho Loaded QuickLift is Pre-assembled with coil spring and upper mount. Match your QuickLift in the rear with Rancho's new RS9000XL shocks to create the ultimate in ride, performance and appearance.

•Levels front
•Easy Install
•9-position tuning technology
•Removes factory rake
•Increased ground clearance
•Liquid metallic finish

So hopefully it comes complete!!:crying:
 

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Dude that is funny... When I looked at Ranchos site last week it said that you had to reuse the springs. Looked at their site today and it says "Now a Complete Assembly."
 

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I have them and I hate them.they were crap from day one.
 

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Dude that is funny... When I looked at Ranchos site last week it said that you had to reuse the springs. Looked at their site today and it says "Now a Complete Assembly."
I think they are fairly new. I like the idea that they are adjustable from the cab if you want to buy the controller. I won't but it's nice to know you have that option. Either way, I bought a pair, waiting for them to arrive (on backorder) won't be here untill early April. Those along with my control arms, camber/caster alignment bolts & rear block & U bolts. Heres a pic of the a arms.

I'll post pics of the struts when I get them. And a pic once they are all installed.
The pic of the truck outside, is after I installed the spacers a couple years ago, which I pulled out due to the bucket/UCA smacking each other. Hope the new UCAs solve that problem. We'll see...
 

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Dude that is funny... When I looked at Ranchos site last week it said that you had to reuse the springs. Looked at their site today and it says "Now a Complete Assembly."
The ranchos that come with the coils are about $100 dollars more than the ones without, so i guess you are paying for the coils
 

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I did. I have a 2" spacer and the Ranchos all the way around and a 2" block in the rear. Finders are at 40" all the way around. IV notices a lil contact with the bucket so it needs to be grinder some or some new uca's.

Mine were 450 all together with the rear 9000s. But I got 100 back on a rebate. But spent that (+ some) for the front and rear spacers

Hyboost : what uca's did you get. How much?
 
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