So on Camburgs website they say that in order to utilize the kit to its full travel numbers you have to have a shock that compresses fully to a length of 14 3/8", otherwise you are not articulating fully... now King's 2.5 8" shock goes from 24" extended to 16" compressed.
DSM has the shocks for a great price and it says on the site that they will valve to your setup for free, but on Camburgs website they offer kings for significantly more and say they are set up perfectly for the kit and for the truck...
My question is how is this achieved exactly? Is this something i could adjust/rebuild myself with shims or something, or is it much more intensive than that? Is it even a huge deal? the price difference is about 400 bucks, so if i can get the regular ones from DSM i would love to do that. I havent called DSM or Camburg to ask them these questions directly, but i was just wondering if anyone here had some insight or advice for me.