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coil spacer question

I have 2, 1" coil spacers that I plan on putting on the front coil springs. I am going to bring it somewhere to get it done but is there anything I need to replace or know about? Do I need longer shocks and/or tie rods?
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Those wont work because torsen bars!
Try cranking your T-bars - if you need to search for the how-to
-Cody
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No, I have coil suspension.
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well in that case
longer shocks would be needed soon if you off road or you will most likely blow them
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