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Lift/Shock Question

Old 09-29-2009, 12:17 PM
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Hey all, i recently did a 3" budget boost on my 91 xj with 3 inch coil spacers for the front and an add a leaf for the rear. The kit also came with pro comp es 1000 shocks. Once the lift was on i was pretty disappointed with it. It barely looks lifted I figure it's because the stock coils and leaf springs were so saggy that it didn't do much. Anyways, i stumbled onto some 4" coil springs and blocks for $20. My question is, if i were to upgrade to 4 inches would i need to get longer shocks??
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call procomp and ask them or measure your shocks colapsed and extended and give me the lengths
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