Looking for some advice on new suspension
I'm terrible sorry if I'm flogging a dead horse on this, but I can't seem to find an answer anywhere in the threads...
It's time to get my suspension replaced. It's been however many thousand miles since I last did it and I'm noticing that it's worn out. I'm trying to see if there's a simple way to pick up an inch or two on the lift, but I'm not really experienced enough to find what I'm looking for here. I already have a PA 3" that I managed to install myself, and due to the ridiculous amount of effort and frustration I put into it I'm not exactly willing to let it go and swap it with a superlift. Since it's time to replace the suspension anyways I was wondering if there was any way to... I don't know... Just get longer shocks or something? Is that possible? I work a lot and am, thus, short on time and would ideally like some advice on an easy way to do this. If it exists at all. I seem to understand that lifting the suspension provides additional ground clearance versus a hard body lift just lifting the frame(?) and that's what I'm looking for.
So, is this actually a thing? Can I get longer shocks or coils or whatever? Sorry, fellas, but I just don't have the automotive technical knowledge to figure out what I should do. Advice? Suggestions? SOLUTIONS?! Please. And thanks!