Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Chardon area, Ohio
I will assume the shocks your are buying have a threaded preload that allows you to adjust ride height. There are three styles of lift kits and they all do it differently. The puck spacer kit merely increases the spring preload on the shocks just like the threaded preload style shocks do. The bracket kit changes the top location of the shock outwards pushing the supension down to increase lift and the third is a replacement of the arms that has the lift built into the design. IMHO the first two will only tax the CVs and give you a stiffer ride. The third will also tax the CVs somewhat however the ride will be better.
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