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Old 07-08-2017, 12:33 PM
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trying to get around 2.5 or 3 out of tbar keys and shackles on my 98 gmc jimmy 4x4. Where can I find bigger shocks to account for loss of travel? Les schwab was unable to find a set that would fit besides ones that are like 6 in. longer.
trying to get 31s on with no rub and minimal trimming
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If you get 2.5 -3 inches out your tbars I would save the money to buy new balljoints, axles, hubs every 6 months instead. Besides you will most likely need 4 inchs to fits 31s
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