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    #1
    are the Rancho 9000 adjustable shocks good as replacement shocks for the OEM 3-way adjustable shocks of the pajero? how much are they and who sells them here? thanks in advance.

    ***edit***

    i'll add the rancho 5000 shocks as well. :D
    Last edited by nugundam93; November 10th, 2005 at 02:59 AM.

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    RS9000 shocks are excellent for off-road. RS5000 is a non-adjustable strut which is equivalent to the middle adjustment of RS9000. Used Rancho RS9000 in my pick-up and pajero before.

    Downside: bad on-road handling.

    Alternative: BILSTEIN - good compromise between handling and off-road capabilities

    Another excellent suggestion: KYB Adjustable Shocks! Good performance and price-friendly!

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    i think Armark sells rancho products... meron din ride4fun sa alabang... jojo4wheel naman sa bacolod... we're using rs9000 sa lc60 namin at rs5000 naman sa bighorn (3doors)... ganda ng performance esp sa offroad...

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    dito sa binondo, monroe marketing sa may masangkay street...alam ko sila ang one of the big importers ng monroe, kyb and rancho shocks....

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    im using rs5000, ok naman siya, stiff but not harsh

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    me, too. im usinmg rancho rs5000. pate sa teering damper ko rancho rs5000 but for steeringtalaga.

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    why not try rs9000x if you can extend your budget i think it has more setting than the 9000 am i right gurus?


    thats what im using right now and i can vouch for it! they are damn good!

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    oh, so they're more for off-road? hmmmm...

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    sir not really thats why they are adjustable you can adjust them to suit your driving conditions ....the lower the setting the more comfy the ride is higer setting more stable but not harsh ride

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    how much ba for each from the 9000 series? 5000 series?

    baka kasi they're better overall (price, features, etc) than the OEM 3-way shocks which cost 8K per piece.

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Rancho 9000 shocks