Join Date: May 2016
Location: Woodinville, WA
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The key consideration here is that you must have bumpstop sufficient such that the shock never reaches full compression (where the shock becomes the bump-stop and gets wrecked).
If your leveling kit has extended bump-stops, you can have shocks with a compressed length bumpstop-longer than stock. If there's no extended bumpstops installed, you cannot have longer shocks or you'll destroy them.
There are other things to consider too, like a longer shock may allow for springs to become un-seated and fall out during full articulation, or sway bar links could invert at articulation and destroy the sway bar. In the short term, it's quite likely your only real issue would be making sure compressed length lines up with your bumpstop but you really need to consider everything
Before doing anything like this, I'd highly recommend doing a lot of reading and fully understanding the constraints on shock lengths and how you select a shock length. This will really help to eliminate possibly regrettable decisions.