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Old 08-01-2012, 02:57 AM
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I have a 4.5 rc lift. A guy wanting to trade me my coils for 6.5 coils, 4.5 leaf pack, and 2inch shackles. I was wondering, I'm running a short arm and will my shocks still let it fully flex or would I haft to buy 6.5 shocks? I'm gonna go long arm with a tcase drop mount. Let me know please.
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I don't think you can drop your case with long arms and i think a hack and tap or sye are needed about 5 inches and you would need new shocks or you will limit your flex
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I have a 4.5 rc lift. A guy wanting to trade me my coils for 6.5 coils, 4.5 leaf pack, and 2inch shackles. I was wondering, I'm running a short arm and will my shocks still let it fully flex or would I haft to buy 6.5 shocks? I'm gonna go long arm with a tcase drop mount. Let me know please.

You'll need new shocks.

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Originally Posted by sandfish88

You'll need new shocks.

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This question needs to be asked in the "Advanced Tech" section.
Ok thanks and sorry I didn't know. But thanks.
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Ok thanks and sorry I didn't know. But thanks.
Its alright dood, everyone was new at one time.

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Originally Posted by sandfish88

Its alright dood, everyone was new at one time.

Below every section(OEM tech, Advanced tech, Fabrication, etc..) on the main page, is a description of what each section is for. Inside that section is also more of an explanation of what that section is intended for. It ("rules")will usually be amongst the first three "stickey" threads that are always up at the top of the list.
Ok I really appreciate
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