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Shocks on 6” lifted pathy


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Hello everyone, quick question, i added a 3” suspension lift to my pathy that already had a 3” body lift and now the stock shocks wont work (dont know why i didnt think about this prior to installing lift, guess im just an idiot), anyway need to get some advice from all you experts out there, ive read about 95 f350 rears and 86 bronco2 fronts on a 3” lift but havent read much on what can be used with 6” lift, not trying to be cheap, but looking for reasonably priced, i recently gained custody of my grandson and finances are tight right now,, thank god its not my daily driver, but once i get shocks and replace rest of the suspension bushings i need to do, it will become my daily driver,, thanks in advance for all your help and advice

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Body lift doesn't effect shock length. Shocks bolt to the frame then axle and lower control arm. Suspension lift doesn't change the shock length on the front so you can still use oem spec length shocks on the front. 

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