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Rancho, Tokico or KYB Front Shocks? #1105181 08/18/19 09:47 PM
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polar Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Trying to choose between Rancho RS5000X, KYB Gas Adjust or Tokico Trekmaster

What do the Sages say???
No off-roading but I do run a Meyers 4ft plow with my 89 swb v6 - just fyi

Last edited by polar; 08/18/19 10:16 PM.
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Re: Rancho, Tokico or KYB Front Shocks? [Re: polar] #1105182 08/19/19 12:45 AM
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I've had good use from KYB Gas-A-Justs on several Montero and other platforms. For my 1-ton Dodge, I used Rancho RS9000s and wasted my $$ because it just needed regular gas shocks.

Others have been using Bilstein. Have no experience with Tokico, but is OE.

Re: Rancho, Tokico or KYB Front Shocks? [Re: polar] #1105186 08/19/19 11:39 AM
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polar Offline OP
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Thanks again Rx!!

I guess I'll stick with the KYB's

Re: Rancho, Tokico or KYB Front Shocks? [Re: polar] #1105188 08/19/19 12:18 PM
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I installed a set of Tokico’s on my 89 LWB. They were stiff at first, but settled in after first 500mi. I have been pleased with them.


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