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    Thank you!!! With you being in CO hit them with a clear coat or Fluid Film.
    Mag chloride is around the corner



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    Just ordered some Rancho 9000XL's, can't wait to put them on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho View Post
    Thank you!!! With you being in CO hit them with a clear coat or Fluid Film.
    Mag chloride is around the corner
    Yup! I use that stuff on my coilovers and it works great
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Yup! I use that stuff on my coilovers and it works great
    Gonna have to look into the fluid film for my coilovers. You just give them a good spray all over during regular maintenance? My rears have been making some good noise the last couple weeks after install, even after adjusting the preload and timing rings. Wonder if the fluid will help with the noise as well.
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    Stuff is awesome!



    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Yup! I use that stuff on my coilovers and it works great

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    Which is the better shockthe 5000, 7000, or 9000?

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    If you are looking to save money get the RS5000X, if you like a firmer ride the RS7000MT is a great ride.
    I like the adjustability of the RS9000XL they just work. You want a soft ride? Set it at 3, want a firmer ride? 7 or so.
    I used to preach about 3 being awesome. I ran the RS7000MT ( a monotube, firmer shock that is a 7 or so) and when I switched back to the RS9000XL I now run these shocks on a 7.



    Quote Originally Posted by Draconianwinter View Post
    Which is the better shockthe 5000, 7000, or 9000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho View Post
    If you are looking to save money get the RS5000X, if you like a firmer ride the RS7000MT is a great ride.
    I like the adjustability of the RS9000XL they just work. You want a soft ride? Set it at 3, want a firmer ride? 7 or so.
    I used to preach about 3 being awesome. I ran the RS7000MT ( a monotube, firmer shock that is a 7 or so) and when I switched back to the RS9000XL I now run these shocks on a 7.

    Thanks for the info. I appreciate it. Wish I could say I was going to buy right now, but just wanted to ask the difference so I can maybe decide better when the time comes to lift my jeep. For now though just trying to get what I can as I can.

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    Any pointers on who's got the best deal on the 9000's?

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    So we have what is called MAP pricing, minimum advertised pricing, now what a business decides to quote you, we have no control over that.
    Take for example ( I am making this up!!!)
    Super Auto Store sells the RS9000XL for $110, but they are offering a 30% off a check out, that is on them.




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    Any pointers on who's got the best deal on the 9000's?

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