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Rancho Quicklift Struts

Discussion in '2007 - 2010 Explorer Sport Trac' started by SSCochrane, November 11, 2015.

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    1. SSCochrane

      SSCochrane Elite Explorer

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      Hi, I have a 2007 Sport Trac, Limited, V8, 4x4.
      Will the Rancho Quick Lift struts fit on both the front & back of my Sport Trac?

      Websites list them for the Explorer, but not the Sport Trac. The Traxxx leveling kit has the same number for both the Explorer & Sport Trac, so I'm guessing the tops are both the same.
      Has anyone installed them? It seems like it should be an easy install. Will it cause any other issues?
      Thanks for helping!
       
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      Yes, use the 06-10 Explorer part numbers.

      Here's from another thread:

      You may achieve less lift with the Quicklifts due to the V8. Most people seem to opt for the Traxxx, as the lift is a more guaranteed quantity and it's cheaper.
       
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      Dont! I have them and I regret it. Since they are made for v6 explorer(light front, heavy rear) and you want to put them on a v8 sport trac(heavy front, light rear) your ST will be 2 inches higher in the rear. I'm considering cutting the rear springs to even out the stance.
       
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      Hi, I have a 2007 Sport Trac, Limited, V6, 4x4. ... and I'm interested in doing pretty much the same thing that SSCochrane is... so, which product would you recommend in my case?
       
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      Go with the Rancho Quick lift shocks since you have a V6. But while you're at it you might as well buy a Truxx 2.5" leveling kit. You'll already have the shocks out so it would be killing two birds with one stone.
       
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      Thanks 07LTDDSM,
      So would these be what you're referring to?

      Rancho QuickLift (Struts Only)
      Front Lift 1.5" RS999755
      Rear Lift 1.25" RS999756
       
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