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Old 01-03-2011, 08:57 PM   #1
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Quick Question on Rear Shocks 1st Gen

I have a 99 Prerunner 2wd, stock rear suspension my stock shocks have 168K miles and are blown and they suck. So i got someone with a great deal on two new rears for $40 for both. Since im a unemployed student right now this is a great deal for me, or else id get some 5100's . Problem is that the pair of shocks are the same length and they are the Passenger rears rights 21.5 length i know that the left and the right are diffrent sizes,and the drivers side is 20.3 length extended. But is it ok to run a slightly longer shock on the left drivers side? Should be. About one inch and a half or smaller.
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