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Help... Which Rancho #?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by CaptCrunch, Mar 8, 2002.

  1. CaptCrunch

    CaptCrunch 1/2 ton status

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    Just about ready to order Rancho 9000's from Summit, and was wondering what numbers everyone ordered? I know I have heard the number 9012 go around... do I just oreder 4 of those and they will have the bag of parts to fit either front or rear like some shocks do or do I get the ones Rancho said for a 4 inch lift which is listed as #9001 for the front and 9112 for the rear? Thanks in advance.
     
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    im running 9001's and 9112's for my 3" lift.
     
  3. CaptCrunch

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    That is what they gave me for a 4" lift... I'm wondering about the longest ones available that people have. I have 6" of lift and will probably add an inch of so more with shackles or a frt axle move and 8" rear springs
     
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    9012's are the longest they make, They come with the bushings and possible the studs for the rear upper mount.
     
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    So they should come with what is needed for front and rear mounting then?
     
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    Well, you reuse the stock bolts on your current ones, just unbolt and install the rancho in it's place. the bushings should already be installed. the rear will have both bushings installed and most come with new top studs and then reuse the stock bolt on the axle mount.
     
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    They come with an assortment of parts. They even include an upper rear stud with each shock. I just ordered and received them from Summit this week. $231 and change to my door. All I told them was Rancho part # 9012. They will have everything you need to mount them except bolts for the front. I am going to use the 4 studs to mount the rears.
     
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    Thanks everybody... just wanted to make sure.
     

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