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KYB shocks?

Does KYB make a shock for lifted vehicles, because all the ones I found on Summit didnt say anything about being for lifted vehicles. I know the bilsteins are like 5100's for lifted rangers, but what about KYB?
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im sure someone will correct me if im wrong, but i think lift spindles do not change the location of the shock.
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MonoMax part number 565063 for the rear lifted 2 inches, so like running an AAL

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku


MonoMax part number 561001 for Spindle lifted 2wd Edges and stock 2wd Edges, 4wd Edges and FX4s and FX4 Lvl2s

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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Alright thanks!
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im sure someone will correct me if im wrong, but i think lift spindles do not change the location of the shock.
He didnt even acknowledge you, shamefull.
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What about AAL and 4 inch block in the rear will those still work for the back?
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yes they will work.

might be a bit short tho.

I think you should use these procomp ones that i am using. let me find a link or pm me if you dont get the link
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PM me that link if you get a chance. Thanks
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http://store.summitracing.com/partde...0&autoview=sku

those should allow some good drop and still a good amount of up travel
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So those for the back and KYB for the front you think?
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yes that is what i would do.

the KYBs for the rear would jsut be too short IMO
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Alright man I appreciate it.
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