'Dial In' Your Performance Suspension this Fall with Bonus Offer from Rancho

‘Dial In’ Your Performance Suspension this Fall with Bonus Offer from Rancho

Ready to dial in your performance suspension accessories this fall? There's just no better time, thanks to the special "All Dialed In" bonus offer from Rancho that gives consumers a free Rancho MyRIDE wireless control tuning system for qualifying shock purchases.

Ready to dial in your performance suspension accessories this fall? There’s just no better time, thanks to the special “All Dialed In” bonus offer from Rancho that gives consumers a free Rancho MyRIDE wireless control tuning system for qualifying shock purchases.

Available at participating retailers nationwide, the Rancho “All Dialed In” program is available on qualifying purchases between October 1 and December 31, 2010.

“This latest offer from Rancho truly offers enthusiasts the best combination of premium shock absorbers with an exclusive, premium accessory – the MyRIDE wireless tuning system – to deliver top performance in any situation like towing, off-roading or commuting on the highway,” said Joe Pase, director, performance products, Tenneco.

To qualify, consumers must purchase four Rancho RS9000XL shock absorbers (RS999000 series) or four Rancho Loaded quickLIFT shock absorbers (RS999700 series). Once qualifying purchases have been verified and necessary program forms submitted, Tenneco will send one Rancho MyRIDE wireless tuning system (RS999705) to the consumer. The program offers a free MyRIDE unit for applicable product purchases, shipped after qualifying purchases.

The fall bonus offer is available on the Rancho brand’s RS9000XL shock series that features a massive shock body with either a 2.75- or 2.38-in. diameter reserve tube and adjustable damping to run cooler and more consistent under the most demanding conditions. The program also includes Rancho Loaded quickLIFT shock absorbers that now include an application-matched and installed coil spring and upper mounting plate, facilitating ease of installation and to provide added performance benefits. Rancho Loaded quickLIFT units provide 1- to 2.5-inches of additional lift, allowing for use of larger wheel and tire packages and to provide an aggressive vehicle stance.

The Rancho MyRIDE wireless controller provides one-touch remote control tuning of Rancho shocks, including the RS9000XL series. The Wireless Controller includes a variety of one-touch presets, including Highway, Sport, Work/Tow/Haul, Off-Road, and a driver-determined MyRIDE, which allows the owner to set his own preferred ride setting and save it for future use. The handy wireless controller allows for mounting or storage virtually anywhere within the vehicle.

The program does not include installation/labor costs and is good only on qualifying products. For necessary program forms, visit www.gorancho.com between October 1 and December 31, 2010. To find a Rancho installer, visit www.gorancho.com and use the “Where to Buy” locator.

Rancho is an industry leader in suspension innovation. The Rancho brand of performance suspension and shock absorbers is manufactured and marketed by Tenneco Inc. and headquartered in Long Beach, CA.

For Rancho “All Dialed In” redemption forms or for more information, visit www.gorancho.com from October 1 until December 31, 2010, call 1-800-218-1596 (US) or 1-800-565-9919 (Canada) or write to Rancho Marketing, One International Dr., Monroe, MI 48161.

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