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Leveling my 2012 2WD sport with Fat Bobs spacer, searched but could not find answer if I need new front shocks with this spacer? And if so does anyone have a part number on the new shocks needed. Thanks in advance
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Is it 4x4 or 2WD? If 4x4 you could kill two birds with one stone and go Bilstein. If it is 2WD you don't have to get new shocks. However, i see yours is a 2012 which mean that the oem P-O-S shocks are probably done and you need new shocks.
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I used pro comp es 9000's on my 09 2wd with the spacer. I got front one that were made for 0-3" spacer and stock height tears. They are like $40/each. There are better brands but these were good enough for me. The 2" spacer leaves the shock over extended some kits come with a cheap little screw on extended but I prefer just buying the right shock. I am sure bilstein and the other brands bane the same ones as procomp for 2wd's. Not sure how much they cost.
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