Rancho RS5000X Gas Shocks set compatible with 07-15 Jeep Wrangler JK
Rancho RS55118 RS5000X Shock Absorber for M2 Flat 12mm Rod, AEG , Black, 30-50 PSI. Complete with a Rotor. These are the new factory shock absorbers for M2 flat 12mm rod bearing AEGs. They are shockabsorbers for M2 Flat 12mm Rods. Rancho RS55118 RS5000X Shock Absorber for M2 Flat 12mm Rod, AEG , Black, 30-50 PSI. Complete with a Rotor. These are the new factory shock absorbers for M2 flat 12mm rod bearing AEGs. They are shockabsorbers for M2 Flat 12mm Rods.
- Part Numbers RS55326 and RS55328
- Set of 4 Shocks for vehicles at factory height or w/0-2″ front lift and w/0-2″ rear lift
- Fits 4WD vehicles
- All necessary washers, bushings, and nuts included. Factory shock mounting bolts are reused for installation.
- Rancho’s limited lifetime warranty protects against defects and premature failure. Rancho’s 90 day ride guarantee covers RS5000X, RS7000MT, and RS9000XL shocks.
Qauick Motorcycle Air Shock Absorbers Universal Fit for Honda Suzuki Yamaha Kawasaki ATV Go Kart Quad Dirt Sport Bike (340mm Gold)
- Fit on most 150cc~750cc Sport bikes and Dirt Bikes, Go-kart and Moped Quad
- Universal compatible for Honda/Yamaha/Suzuki/Kawasaki, the diameter of the round hole at the bottom is 12mm,
- Absorber shock promptly in the clumpiest road to improve security and make you feel more comfortable
- No instruction included, professional installation recommended. Installation type: Eye to Eye
- Package included,One Pair Shock Absorbers, 2 x Wrench, 2 x Bushing
Ordered and received shocks promptly and in good condition. Replaced original 40 year old leakers on a Suzuki RM125C. After easily swapping out bushings they were ready for assembly. 400mm was about 20mm too long so actually 3/4″ longer than originals. Also net travel of shock is now approx. 5/8″ less than factory part. Not using for racing but nice for trail rides. Side stand is a little less effective since bike sits higher now. Didn’t have to modify side panels, new shocks fit like a glove. The hardest part was taking the old hose clamps off. Hint: a spritz of PBlaster gets it going!