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Old 05-16-2011, 06:33 PM   #1
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how to get a little bit more of lift???

alright heres the deal i have a 4x4 off road with a 6 inch pro comp drop bracket lift but my question is how can i get maybe from 1-2 more inches of lift? deff not going with a body lift becuase i think they are hideous. i know the billie 5100's are adjustable for the front shocks but what about the rears? is it possible to get all four of the shocks and get about 1 inch extra of lift? plz help me out cuz i would deff like to get new shocks anyway becuase i dont want the oem front shocks anymore and i have noticed that the es9000 pro comp shocks are getting rust on the white part of them and i dont like that one bit on a shock.
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well i was talking to a few ppl on here just a little bit ago and like tacoridinhigh has the billie 5100's and a taller block on the rear im wondering how that would work? deff wanna get billies anyway bcz i wanna get rid of the oem shocks on the front can you use the billies on the rear with a 6 inch lift?
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You probably want the 5125's which have several lengths available. The 5100's probably won't be long enough for your application. If you flex out and measure under full droop and full compression, you will find out how long of a shock you will need.
but for sure the 5125's would work? front and rear?
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When this baby hits 88 mph, you're gonna see some serious shit!

ya listen to this guy ^^^^^ i have a 9" lift and once i hit 60 you can feel it shake(not violently but you can feel it)
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