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New Rancho monotube shocks offer upgraded performance for trucks and SUVs

The RS7MT is now available for select Jeep applications and is engineered for on- or off-road handling; additional part numbers will be released later this year

Southfield, Mich.—Rancho, a brand of performance suspension and shock products from Tenneco’s DRiV group, has recently introduced a new monotube shock offering, the RS7MT. The RS7MT is now available for select Jeep applications and is engineered for precision on- or off-road handling. 

Each RS7MT shock features an integrated dirt wiper sealing system that helps keep moisture, dirt and other debris from contaminating the shock, and a hardened piston rod that resists scuffs and corrosion.

Its large two-inch monotube body filled with all-weather fluid allows for cooler operation, increased vehicle control, and ability to withstand internal temperatures of -40 to 248° Fahrenheit, which makes them ideal for larger wheel and tire packages. A full-floating dividing piston and high-pressure nitrogen gas maintain constant pressure against the hydraulic oil, reducing aeration and shock fade. 

To smooth out the ride, the RS7MT features an internal rebound bumper, while shouldered rubber bushings help reduce noise, vibration and ride harshness.    

This newest offering from Rancho also features a design that, like other Rancho products, is designed to fit right out of the box, with application-specific mounting and no need for installing sleeves or other extra hardware. Each RS7MT shock also comes with Rancho’s Limited Lifetime Warranty and 90-day Performance Guarantee.

Designed by a global team of engineers, the RS7MT is manufactured at Tenneco’s Gliwice, Poland, facility and is currently available for select Jeep applications. More part numbers, including for ¾-ton and ½-ton Chevrolet, Ford and Toyota trucks, will be released later this year.

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