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post #1 of 4 Old 07-24-2011, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
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not sure if shocks are correct

i bought a used lift i was told it was a 6.5 pro comp lift not sure if it is a pro comp or not. but my problem is the shocks are no good on the truck so i took them off and measured both the front and rear and they are both 34" long fully extended now are those the right shocks or what
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What matters is whats the measurement from the mounting bolts with the truck on the ground..with that info I can get you Bilsteins if wanted.

You need aprox 4" droop-extension installed..
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25 in the front and 31 in the back. could be an inch either way and how much for the bilsteins and what do you mean a 4" drop extension
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Bilsteins would be short in the rear so its either relocate the bracket higher, or use more expensive shocks.. like Pure performance 2.0 customs..PM coming.
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