Anyone else had bad experience with Rancho products? I've got 7 trucks, all on Rancho shocks. Looking back, I don't think I've ever received a set of shocks or even a steering stabilizer that wasn't missing parts. Take into consideration the time and other expenses to exchange parts, and for what I ended up spending, I could've got some high end shocks or stabilizers. I remember the first set of front Rancho springs I got. They were suppose to be 2.5" but lifted the truck 4". I called the tech line thinking they mislabeled the springs. They assured me my original springs had just sagged 1.5". This was an 82 GM and the year was 86 .... a lot of sag for 4 years plus 1.5" of sag pretty much puts the springs on the stops. I was young and not to bright and figured the tech guys were much smarter than I. I went wheelin' and ripped a front brake line out. Turned out they were 4". They sold me their brakeline relocation kit for 4" springs (sold, not GAVE!) I can't count the number of shocks and stabilizers I've had to replace due to leaks. Atleast most of their products have a lifetime warranty ... but it's a hassel replacing this stuff. Today I replaced one front shock that developed a leak. When I put the shocks on 2 years ago, I remember 2 of the 4 were missing the hardware. When I swapped the bad one at 4WPW today, I didn't think to check the box. Sure enough, it was missing the bushings and I had left all the old ones on the defective shock! What brands of shocks and stabilizers have you guys had good luck with? I don't mind spending the money if they are more expensive than Rancho ... I just want a product that comes complete the first time and will last a while. How about a softer stabilizer than the Rancho? Before you ask, I've used everything in the Rancho line, RS5000, 7000, 9000 and I guess my Burb has the newer 9000x or 90000 or what ever it is. Thank, Eric M.