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Shocks and Shackles question..

looking to put a little more lift into my truck getting annoyed with my 35s rubbin at full lock with only the BL and torsion crank..now my question is ive seen on here that people have bought shackles and new shocks to obtain lift? this possiable and how much lift do you gain..figure only a inch or two which is all i need. i would think the shackles would only lift the back. any input appreciated.

- if so what shocks would i need to purchase and what shackles? thanks
- any pics would be great also.
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Belltech 6400's will get you 1.5" or so of lift in the back... shouldn't need any shocks though.
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