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Good Price for Rancho?

Old 01-12-2011
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I found the Rancho kit for 1570, was wondering if this is a good price? I have been going back and forth between a 6" and a 4" and which brand to get, etc. After seeing the pics of zach's truck on here with the Rancho, I am sold!

So should I keep looking or is this a good price?
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I think I sent you contact info before, for Wayne Hartwig (the guy who sells the gears/lockers for cheap). I saw that he has an ad for Rancho shocks up, might as well email him and see if he can get a deal on a Rancho lift as well.
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Thanks Brian! I appreciate it! Hows the truck runnin?
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Same as always...? lol
Hey do you have any interested in a bed rug, by chance?
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Did you end up getting that one that you told me about Brian?
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Same as always...? lol
Hey do you have any interested in a bed rug, by chance?
haha sorry, that was my attempt at small talk, apparantly I failed misserably
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I have said before but I loved my Rancho. its worth 1500 easy.
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yeah, i could not choose between a 6" and the Rancho to save my life, every pic i saw of a truck with the Rancho just didnt look all that great.. To be honest i forgot about your old F150, then i saw the pics you put up on here and I fell in love! just the right amount of lift without getting too crazy!
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Well guys, looks like after some discussion with the Fiance, we need to start spending money on the wedding, so we are going to wait to get the lift for a few months. Still gunna put the 35s on, just gunna run it like that for a while.. not too worried about it after talking with Trent and Brian about it though, since they dont have any rubbing.
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Yeah you shouldn't have any significant rubbing with km2s and stock rims. I know what you mean about the wedding, mine is in June and we're having to book the photographer, reception place, etc, etc. Gets expensive quick
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