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Old 07-11-2009
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i cant find anyone any where that has shocks for my truck what can i do its a 97 2wd with about 3in what shocks can i ght that will work will 4x4 shocks work?
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Check out Rough Country Shocks. They have a large assortment of shocks, and the 4wd shocks will fit on your 2wd.
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so with my 2wd lifted roughly 3 to 3.5 inches shouldnt like stock 4x4 shocks work fine. my truck should be pretty much prerunner stance right.
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Should.

If I was you I would bust out a tape measure and go by that instead of by application...
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Yah get the tape measure out and take a measurement of it fully extended and fully compressed and check out other shocks with those measurements.
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