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hi i have a 97 2wd that i am putting a 3" lift in ( approx 2.5 - 3") and while it's apart i would like to replace the front shocks( orig and trashed) w/ such small lift should i just buy stock replacements or go w/ something a hair longer maybe 4wd shock , looking for cheap replacement type any suggestions thanks in advance!
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Depends on the type of lift. Body lift would be stock shocks since the travel hasn't changed at all. Suspension lift you'd want something a bit longer. Probably just need to find out travel specs on different shock lengths and order by part number.
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