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Old 03-31-2008
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Some shock help please!!

I am about to order shocks, but i am a little un-sure of what part i need...

I am all set on the front, i know what i need.

but for the rear... I am getting pro comp es3000 and the site that i am getting them from *summit* says that i need a 36500 (i think that was it) part number, but, when i take that part number over to the pro comp site and search it in the app. they have for shocks, it says that, that shock is for a 94-97 4x4 truck that is lifted two and a half inches, I have a 99 and im lifting 3 inches, is summit giving me the wrong part or will this work?

here's what i mean this is a cut/paste from autopartswarehouse

1983-2000 Ford Ranger - Pro Comp Rear Shock Absorber - Es3000

Our Price: $41.95
Part Number: E37326500
MFR#: 326500
PROCOMP SHOCK ABSORBER, ES3000 -- Expanded, Gas Cell Charged, Twin Tube Design, Increased Fluid Capacity Which Reduces Internal Operating Temperatures, While Protecting Vital Components, 10 Stage Velocity Sensitive Valving, Rear With 2.5 Inch Lift, Rear With 3 Inch Lift, Rear With 3.5 Inch Lift, Rear With 4 Inch Lift

Location: Rear
Series: Es3000
Fit Note: 2 or 4 Wheel Drive.

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Im asuming both trucks have suspension lifts?
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