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Default Install question Bilstein 5100?

I have done a search but can't find the answer in need!

I getting my shocks put on Tuesday, But the guy who is doing said he would take the strut off take it to a garage to suppress the springs and install the new shocks? Can you do that? I'm not a mechanic and i'm not sure he has ever put these leveling shocks on, so I want to make sure that he does it right... Does anybody have step by step install instructions? And should I go 2.1 inch or the 2.8 inch?

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