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Ok so i have been looking at different shock and things like that. I have a 6in ProComp Stage 1 lift my buddy has 6in ProComp Stage 2 lift. I can obviously tell the difference between the shocks themselves but what exactly does it mean (or how to tell the difference between) when it says one is a COILOVER suspension and one is NOT? Thoughts please preferbly with pics haha thx
 

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Are there not any of yall out there that "know everything" lol i really could go for a bit of schooling haha
 

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Stage 1 without coil over means you use your factory coilover shock with spacer.
Stage 2 comes with a new adjustable coilover shock that replaces the factory coilover shock.
 

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STAGE 1 front end lift comes with a coilover spacer... STAGE 2 comes with full length coilovers... If you have the stage 1 system, you should just get extended length coilovers (SAW, RadFlo, Fox, King, etc...) and you will ride even better than the PC stage 2 coilovers...
 

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Or you can keep stock coils and ProComp spacer, just upgrade the Strut/Shock with Bilstein 5100's. They are adjustable I think up to 2". I put them on mine set at the lowest setting and it still lifted the front about 1/2". It made the ride much nicer. For a cheaper alternative I would recommend these, unless you're doing some serious offroading. Alignment included with install I think I paid $520 total.
Good Luck, keep reading cause all the answers are on this site.
 

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Ok thanks. I just didnt fully understand but that def gives me a better idea for sure.
 
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