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Ridin' High Ram
Ridin' High Ram
Rancho Adds 4 Inches to a Ram
July 26, 2005
The sway bar was first flipped over and the endlinks were then attached with the assistance of Tommy, from The Custom Truck Shop.
A&B The sway bar was first flipped over and the endlinks were then attached with the assi
Then Sal secured the outer tie rod end.
The lower ball joint was tightened to 60 lb-ft of torque.
Here is an overall shot before the new bumpstop and shocks were installed.
Sal attached the new angled spacer (bumpstop) on the lower control arm.
The new Rancho RS9000X shocks are fully adjustable with the supplied air lines.
The air line was attached to the shock and then was run for maximum clearance.
Sal installed the new Rancho shock and tightened the bottom bolt to 105 lb-ft of torque. After the shock was installed, Sal then attached the caliper, wheels and tires, and torqued the lug nuts. This completed the front install and Sal was ready to move to the rear.
Sal installed the new Rancho shock and tightened the bottom bolt to 105 lb-ft of torque. A
The original U-bolts were removed and thrown away. The riser block was then installed underneath the leaf spring and the longer U-bolts installed.
The original U-bolts were removed and thrown away. The riser block was then installed unde
Next up, the factory shocks were removed and the new RS9000X shocks were bolted in place.
The factory bumpstop was also removed and not reused. Sal installed the supplied Rancho bumpstop. The axle was now complete.
The factory bumpstop was also removed and not reused. Sal installed the supplied Rancho bu
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