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I got four Rancho RS9000 shocks, Part numbers are RS99317 for the front and RS99056 for the rear, and am wondering if I can run these on my 2003 Ram 2500 4x4? I also have a 2" front leveling kit for the front (not installed yet). Will these shocks work on my truck, or will they be bottoming out?

Also, is it worth getting the in cab adjusting kit for these shocks, or after the newness wares off, they never get adjusted?


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I routinely adjust mine, but I have a 6" lift and moderately off-road (soon as I get better emergency funds and lockers it won't be moderately) but I wouldn't get the in-cab adjustment


I hear it causes lots of leaks, and if you're too lazy to lean down and spin a knob I cry :( lol


on a dedicated off-roader I could see it's uses, but not on a street truck


as for the fitment issues no idea sorry :(
 

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Ok, I did some searching and found that the RS99056 for the rear lengths are Comp. 19.25", Extended 32", and Travel 12.75".

I haven't found any info on the RS99317 yet.

Anyone know what the lengths for the stock 2003 Ram 2500 4x4 shocks are?

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