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Rancho Set Up

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I have been researching for almost a year now and should have the money for everything i am looking. I am looking at the rancho 4'' lift kit with 35'' Toyo MT's with 18 inch Diamo 17 Karat rims. Ride quality is rather important with me and i will not be doing much off roading and only occasional light towing. I am wondering if the add-a-leaf kit will be a good match for the rear end and if the height will work over the blocks. Shock wise i am thinking of going with the rancho 9000 remote resi's all the way around. What are the opinions on going with duels upfront. I know they look alot better(in my oppinion) but just wondering if they will help with much else. Beyond that i was also curious with maby a steering stabilizer. I dont even know if they are needed much with these ifs systems as i havent seen many but just wondering on options there. I plan on going high quality without cutting too many corners as this will end the mods on my truck. However i am still trying not to go too overboard on everything.

All comments, opinions, suggestions, criticism, will be greatfully accepted. Very curious on whether people think this tire rim combo will work. I would like to keep the trimming down to an absolute minimum. All installations wil be done proffesionaly. Thank you,
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I am also thinking about putting on a Ranch lift with the exception of running 33" tire and haven't decided on 17" or 18" wheel, but in black. I think I have it narrowed down to the "Mace" by American Racing. I have been researching this topic for probably just as long as you have and I think I have come to the conclusion that it is all up to personal taste. Everyone seems to have their opinions. Check out the very first thread in this area where everyone has posted pics of their lifted trucks. Johnny Baja has the setup you are looking at running, and I have to say...it looks AWESOME, but looks are only part of it. Good luck and post pics when you get 'er done.

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