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WTF? fabtech shocks

WTF, I had to replace my fabtech shocks, so I went with pro-comp because the fabtech suck. Anyway, I get the procomp, and they're almost 6 inches longer. This sparked my curiosity, so I go to Kragen, and the stock replacements are still about 3 inches longer than the fabtech!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WTF? How can a shock for a lifted application be shorter than the stock one? I checked the fabtech part number, and it's the one it calls for
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im not a huge fan of fabtech shocks
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Thats fcuked up...

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