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Old 05-21-2020, 11:19 AM #1
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Rear Coil/Shock Question

Hello all, quick question. I have a 2001 SR5 4x4. I recently had to replace the rear shocks because of rust out, so I put in some KYB KG54317 Gas-A-Just shocks. I should have replaced the coils at the same time, but didn't. Now I want to get 1 inch of lift all around since I am still on stock coils with 190k on the clock, but trying to stay on a budget. I was looking at the Eibach E30-82-006-05-02 Pro-Lift Performance Rear Coil Spring for a 1" lift for $137. I was told by Eibach that my stock new rear KYB shock will not work with their coil because it will over extend it. I can't see a 1 inch higher rear spring requiring a new adjustable shock and I don't want to just trash the new shocks I just put in. Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated.
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I wouldn't worry about new shocks. Your stock shocks will limit your droop but only to stock limits. I'd put in the new springs and roll with it. Just my $0.02
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