Rancho focuses all its energy on building the best truck shocks, since all they build is truck shocks
Heavy-duty materials and construction go into every Rancho shock since they have to work harder than ordinary shocks
Would you trust a suspension lift to just anyone? Use Rancho, the name you trust in truck shocks, for your lift kit needs
Regardless of what type of truck or SUV you drive, Rancho shocks can give you more suspension travel for off-road duty
You've seen Rancho shocks if you've spent any time in the performance truck world. The distinctive red and white housings of Rancho shocks have graced heavy-duty truck suspensions for decades now. There's a reason for that: Rancho shocks are built tougher to handle the unique challenges presented by an off-road truck suspension. Rancho shocks come in several varieties to suit different types of truck owners, but some things are common to them all. On all trucks, long piston/rod travel is required from Rancho shocks, and when an ordinary stock shock is at its full travel, it's weak and prone to bending. Rancho shocks use tons of technology (and good old fashioned engineering) to ensure they're up to the task. For example, a hardened, double-chromed rod, twin-tube design, and double-welded mountings are all features of Rancho shocks that you don't find on the competition. The internal design of Rancho shocks is also built for heavy-duty use, with larger gas and oil chambers than standard shocks. Finally, the outside of Rancho shocks are coated with a finish that can withstand a 240-hour salt spray and topped with their signature red boot covering the piston rod. It all adds up to some tough Rancho shocks, so whether your truck is lifted, lowered, or sitting stock, you're going to get a better ride on and off the road with Rancho shocks in the wheelwells.Choosing a lift kit is no small taskor a small investmentso you want to make sure you have one of the best names in the business supporting your vehicle. That's why choosing a Rancho lift kit is such a smart move. Not only does a Rancho lift kit have 20 years of design and engineering behind it, but the company is also full of off-road enthusiasts who know what they want in a tough truck and bring it to you in the form of their Rancho lift kit products. Every part of a Rancho lift kit is designed for strength and safety first. That includes the steering knuckles, stabilizers, spacer blocks, and the shocks that are included with your Rancho lift kit. In fact, most Rancho lift kit products come with in-cab adjustable shocks, allowing you to dial in your suspension for different terrain. Adjust your Rancho lift kit for the rough stuff when you're out in the woods, then soften it up for the ride home on the highway. All these engineering features make a Rancho lift kit a great buy, but the bottom line is this: If you buy a cheap lift kit, you're playing games with your safety and the safety of those on the road around you. For something this important, stick with a Rancho lift kit and get the backing of one of the biggest names in the off-road business.