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Shocks?? shock extension bracket?

Question: Upgrading to bilstein shocks all the way around with a readylift stage 2 kit.... I am wanting to know if I'd be better off buying a longer shock or buying the bilistein 5100 at normal height and continue to run with the shock extension bracket. There shouldn't be any difference, right?
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i wouldnt think so. i just did the same to mine with the leveling kit. id prob get the stock length...

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You can get the 5100 series for the 0-2" of lift and run them either way. We just did a kit here and used the shock extensions ReadyLift provides.

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