Rancho Launches New SUV Suspension
(Akron/Tire Review) Rancho has introduced a new suspension system for 2004-07 Nissan Armada and Infiniti QX56 SUVs, which the company said will “deliver exceptional on- and off-road performance and ride quality.”
“We’ve engineered a system that offers the SUV owners a no-compromises approach to performance suspension for their Armada or Infiniti,” said Joe Pase, Rancho’s general manager. “Plus, we’re utilizing an engineering design that is ideal for one of our shock packages like the new RS9000XL series rather than spacers.”
The new system for the Armada and Infiniti that includes a two-piece, high-clearance front cross-member and extended-length steering knuckles. Compatible with either the auto-leveling and non-auto-leveling editions of the Armada and Infiniti, Rancho utilizes a bolt-on rugged sub-assembly in the rear suspension.
Rancho said the new system is compatible with any of Rancho’s shock absorbers, and is delivered complete with detailed and illustrated installation instructions. No drivetrain or exhaust modifications are required. The system is fully compatible with stock tyre/wheel packages, Rancho said.