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2015 F-150 Suspension System

December 5, 2014 - Products

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The Rancho brand will release two new systems soon for the 2015 Ford F-150 4WD truck, including 6-inch (RS66501B) and 4.5-inch (RS66500B) systems that will help to maximize handling and performance off-road and provide a rugged, performance stance to the popular truck series.

The new Rancho Ford systems will include a newly designed one-piece, re-inforced subframe, constructed from high-strength, low-alloy steel and precision designed for superior fit and finish. The 4.5-inch Rancho Ford F-150 suspension system will be released during December and the 6-inch kit will be released in February 2015. 

Rancho engineers also include CNC-machined, durable extended-length steering knuckles that maintain track width and ensure proper steering geometry. Each system includes CAD-designed components for a precise fit. The 6-inch kit also includes rear aft braces.

The newest Rancho Ford F-150 systems – which easily accommodate 35-inch tires – will not affect the Ford AdvanceTrac with RSC electronic stability control systems. Both of the new kits include rear leaf spring blocks. All Rancho brackets are manufactured using high-strength, low-alloy steel. No drivetrain or exhaust modifications are necessary to install the system.

The Ford F-150 4.5-inch lift kit is compatible with Rancho RS5000 shocks, RS7000MT shocks and RS9000XL shocks. The Ford F-150 6-inch lift kit is fully compatible with Rancho RS7000MT shocks.

Every Rancho suspension system includes all of the necessary components to complete the install and highly detailed, full-color installation instructions. The Rancho Ford F-150 suspension system is covered by the Rancho brand’s limited lifetime warranty.

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