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You typically need longer shocks with a lift of any size in order to accommodate the increased suspension travel (both up and down) that the lift provides. Otherwise, you may bottom the shocks on compression before you reach the end of the available suspension travel in compression, or you may run out of travel (extension) in the shock before you reach the full droop potential that the lift can provide, or both.
 

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^^^ x2 - What he said. ^^^^

I have the Black Diamond lift and I really like it.
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^^^x3^^^
I also have the bd 3", so far nice set up for the $$ spent
 

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X4 on what gcg said.

This is the lift i'm getting. It's gotten great reviews and it's a great price too. Plus from what i've found out, BD (or superlift) has close ties to Chrysler so i'm sure they've done their proper homework and maybe even had some input or tech specs from the Chrysler guys when designing the JK lift.

If you check out their sight, it has a good video on the JK's suspension and what they did. http://www.superlift.com/media/videos/Default.asp?v=PPV-JEEP-07-JK
 

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Once again thanks alot guys
 
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