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If you dont mid send me the model #'s for the rear you used. You have been a great help. Thanks!
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No prob...here is a link to the ones for the rear. The same model for both sides:

Rancho RS999324 RS9000XL Series Shock : Amazon.com : Automotive Rancho RS999324 RS9000XL Series Shock : Amazon.com : Automotive

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Nice setup. Tundras look so nice leveled. You should check out Alamo City Tundras so we can see it in person.
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Rancho Quicklift with 275/65/20's Installed (pics)

Any chance you could keep the mud flaps with 275 65 20? I can with 285 60 20. Might go with Toyo AT2's and want to know before I make that decision. Thanks


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Truck looks good.

If you think the rancho springs were a bear to compress, try compressing the trd steins....

I had to swap my springs over after a lil too in depth conversation with rancho, the ql only gets about half the lift if you install them on a trd stein equipped truck (mine is a rw) unless you swap the stein springs over...

I am GLAD to see they get the correct lift on a non trd steined truck...

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Any chance you could keep the mud flaps with 275 65 20? I can with 285 60 20. Might go with Toyo AT2's and want to know before I make that decision. Thanks


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I don't see why not...though some of it may depend on your offset. The stock wheels I have are +60 or else I would have done 285/65/20 and I don't want to add spacers. Also I only have the little flaps in the front and not the ones on the rear, but it looks like there would be plenty of space.

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Truck looks good.

If you think the rancho springs were a bear to compress, try compressing the trd steins....

I had to swap my springs over after a lil too in depth conversation with rancho, the ql only gets about half the lift if you install them on a trd stein equipped truck (mine is a rw) unless you swap the stein springs over...

I am GLAD to see they get the correct lift on a non trd steined truck...
Thanks, I'm very happy they worked out good. I actually think they have started to settle now in the front as it almost had a Baja look, but now it seems to have settled and looks more level now.

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Here's some slightly better pictures I was able to snap:
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Finally had mine installed today. How can you see the adjustments to change anything? They say they are 9 way adjustable and I dont see enough marks on the small turn dail tell to be 9 way. Hell I cant see what I have it on to make sure they are the same. Any advice?
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Count the clicks from all the way soft.. (counter clockwise).

Hope the shop has the adjuster facing the right way.


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Finally had mine installed today. How can you see the adjustments to change anything? They say they are 9 way adjustable and I dont see enough marks on the small turn dail tell to be 9 way. Hell I cant see what I have it on to make sure they are the same. Any advice?
They should be set at the softest setting from the factory (which is #1 as the softest and #9 as the stiffest). The numbers are broken down 1,3,5,7,9....the spaces in between those numbers are considered "clicks" as well. Right now I'm running #6 in the fron and #5 in the rear. To adjust the ones in the rear you will need to crawl under the truck to access the knobs. The ones in the front will require you to turn the wheel to full lock in either direction to access each side at a time. Like he said ^^, hopefully the faced the knobs out so you have access to them.

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Thanks I really appreciate the responses. Its a pain to see the numbers on the dail.
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Make sure and post some pics so we can all see the progress on your truck!

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Does anyone know how much lift do the rancho rear shocks allow? I know it doesn't lift it any but the bilstein 5100 rear will allow up to 1" lift, so I was wondering if the rancho allow the same.

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