RS5000™ Front Monotube Strut Assembly for Stock Heigt Vehicles (RS5757) by Rancho®. Body Type: SS4. Compressed Length: 13.56". Extended Length: 18.08". Stroke Length: 4.52". Body Length: 13.06". With Dust Shield. Without Cylinder. Without Compressed and Extended Bumper Stop. Without Extended Hydraulic Lockout. Reserve Tube Diameter: 1.77". Piston Rod Diameter: 0.63". Piston Diameter: 1.38". Ideal for on And Off-Road Use. Gas Charged Unit - Strut Rod Will Extend Automatically. 10-Stage Velocity Sensitive Valving. Provides Tuning For Each Application. Adds Strength And Durability. Performance In Any Environment. Protective Boot Protects Shod Rod/Oil Seal. Rancho® RS5000™ shocks have been the shock of choice all over the globe since 1985. These iconic shocks were the first to deliver application-specific valving and are tuned to each unique vehicle model. Ideal for work or play, Rancho RS5000 shocks deliver a comfortable highway ride while being responsive during off-road driving on any stock or lifted application. The world’s most proven performance shocks! Covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Notes: Limited Lifetime Warranty.
- Twin-Tube internal design
- Ten-stage velocity sensitive valving: Provides tuning specific for each vehicle
- 5/8-in. (16mm) diameter piston rod: Adds strength and durability
- 1 3/8-in. (35mm) diameter piston: Ensures performance in any environment
- Protective boot included: Protects the shock rod and oil seal
- Limited Lifetime Warranty: Guarantees your investment
Rancho® – a popular brand of suspension, shocks and more worldwide – was born in the 1950s in Long Beach, Calif., as Rancho Jeep Supply, and quickly grew into a thriving off-road and performance suspension components manufacturer. In 1985, Rancho launched what would later become its best-selling shock absorbers. In 1990, Rancho was purchased by Tenneco Inc. and quickly expanded to include the world's first five-way adjustable shock absorber, allowing off-road enthusiasts to adjust the level of compression/rebound damping to suit their riding style, and launched the first "intelligent" shock.