Running Rancho RS7MT shocks in my 2012 Rubicon with a 3.75 short arm lift and control arm drop brackets. Tires are 35 inch BFG MTs. The RS7MT works surprisingly well for an “entry level” shock to control axle hop when wheel speed is needed to get through loose terrain, especially taking into consideration the limitations of the short arm lift. On road ride is good. The RS7MTs are more fade resistant than OEM shocks and other Ranchos I’ve tried in the past. I’d recommended them to anyone looking to replace their OEM shocks.
As good as the RS7MTs are, don’t expect the same level of performance as the more expensive Fox shocks. My brother has the Mopar lift in his JLU and Fox non reservoir shocks. Ride quality of the Fox shocks on and off road is noticeably better.
According to the customer service guy at Shock Surplus, the RS7MT is made in Germany. If I recall, Rancho is now owned by the same umbrella corp that owns a German brand of shocks.