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Old 10-25-2011, 09:19 AM   #1
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Best Shocks for 2-3" lift

Just trying to get peoples opinions on rear suspension set ups, what shocks would you put on a 2-3" block/leaf spring lift in the rear?

I'd say OME or Bilstein

(i'm trying to decide what to go with on my rear)
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Don't do blocks, they allow some axle wrap, especially at that size.

Personally, I have the fox 2.0 racing shox on my rear and absolutely love them. Soft as a caddy on the road but so nice offroad! You'll want 'extended travel' shocks, as stock shocks are not recommended for that ride height.
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Don't do blocks, they allow some axle wrap, especially at that size.
Agreed skip the blocks get a new leaf pack or at least an AAL.
And I hate to ask what you have up front because I think I know.
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