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Thread: 2017 SEMA Rancho White Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited

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    Cool 2017 SEMA Rancho White Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited

    In addition to the cool roof top tent that the Rancho Jeep JK Wrangler had at the 2017 SEMA show, there was also something new that one could find if one were so inclined to look for it. As I would come to find, this Jeep also had a new prototype shock that has an adjustable coil built into it. Check it out.






























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    Is that a redesigned load bearing shock? Kind of interested in that.


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    Thanks to Rancho for keeping their Jeep looking like a Jeep!


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    Nice looking build. The shocks look like what's on my four wheeler's. It must work like an adjustable load shock.
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    Nice looking jeep. Interesting shock.

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    Nice Jeep


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    Nice jeep except that exhaust


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    Correct! We have found that folks carrying a heavy load/tent on top may benefit from this style.
    We have been testing it since last spring in Moab, since then the Rubicon and a ton of other trails.

    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Is that a redesigned load bearing shock? Kind of interested in that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RMC2 View Post
    Nice looking build. The shocks look like what's on my four wheeler's. It must work like an adjustable load shock.
    This is from our sister company DynoMax, it is A LOT smaller than stock, and not over the top in sound


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    Nice jeep except that exhaust


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    What a great looking simple and well build jeep Rancho, glad to see a new shock in the mix as well.

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    I’m loving those new sliders that mount to the frame!


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