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Those symptoms sound more like they are coming from the brand of shocks you are using.
But they could be blown due to not being long enough. When you have shocks that are too short, they are extending all the way when you hit bumps which will not let the axle go down far enough to give a smooth ride so the axle ends up yanking on the shock constantly which can break the shock, or even end up tearing the shock off the mounts in severe situations.
I would suggest getting a set of quality shocks that are the correct length for your leveling kit, you should notice a big difference in the ride!
Your rear shocks should be fine as far as length goes, the fronts are the issue.
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