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News   December 8, 2014   by CARS Magazine

2014-15 Rancho Master Catalogue

An expanded product offering of performance lift kits, shock absorbers, off-road protective products and more are highlighted in the new Rancho Master Catalogue (RAN-0814). The new catalogue – which includes several of Rancho’s...


An expanded product offering of performance lift kits, shock absorbers, off-road protective products and more are highlighted in the new Rancho Master Catalogue (RAN-0814). The new catalogue – which includes several of Rancho’s new six-inch, U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 126 (FMVSS-126) certified kits – also features a new Rancho suspension lookup guide that allows for easier inventory management.

 

“The new master catalogue represents some of the latest, most exciting product innovations and developments in the Rancho product line,” said Chris Gauss, director, performance products, Tenneco. “From reaching new heights with six-inch lift kits, FMVSS-126 certified systems, an expanded performance shock, stabilizer and strut offering and more, this catalogue serves as the one-stop spot for anything you need from Rancho.”

 

The catalogue – which starts with 40 full-color, informative “innovation” pages – highlights the latest products and coverage available from the Rancho brand for a variety of late-model trucks, sport utility vehicles and Jeeps. Each innovation page includes product images, informative features and benefits. This special section covers the brand’s shock absorber line, latest lift kit applications and accessories, RockGear and more. It also has several reference guides, like a wheel and tire chart, quick warranty guide and others.

 

The latest Rancho catalogue includes a new suspension system lookup and ordering process. Each Rancho suspension system includes a master part number specific to an application. For distributors and installers, the component box numbers and quantities listed below the master part number are the individual boxes that comprise the master part number. Each component box is individually priced and features its own UPC. Each suspension system listing also includes a tire reference size specific to the kit and applicable, complementary Rancho shock optional part numbers.


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