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Old 04-20-2014, 08:14 PM   #1
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I have a 2WD with the 4x4 blocks which rears should I get the 2WD or the 4x4 shocks
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It should say how much lift height the shock can accommodate on the description. I can't exactly remember but I'm 99% sure I've got 2wd 5100's and a 2" block. No issues with it.
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Awesome thanks
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2wd Bilsteins 33-187471, 4wd Bilsteins 33-187501 I believe XLTinSD does have the 2wd versions.
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Right I just didn't know if having the block would matter
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They're sposed to accommodate up to 2" of lift over stock I'm pretty sure
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