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  1. #1
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    Change shocks also?

    If I put on 2" lowering leaf springs, will I have to change shocks? What if I add a 1" lowering block to that?

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    Lowering it that much will probably create the need to drop down a shock size or two from where you currently are. The best thing to do is get the car sitting like you want it to and then measure from C-C on the shock mounts. Grab that number and we can help you select the correct shock for what you've got.



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    I would also add, only use lowering blocks as a last resort.
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    a 2" Drop Spring AND a 1" Drop Block will necessitate a different Shock/Damper

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  5. #5
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    Anu update, OP? What shocks did you get?