In either case the shock would be longer ... so if the particular Titan was destined to hit, it would still hit.kentuc794 said::idea:
I have read about every post on titantalk about level kits. The one issue that seems to be stopping me from installing one is the Upper control arm hitting the coil bucket. Here is my question. Does anyone think there a way to build something that would go on the bottom of the coil spring? That would keep the shock in the factory position and allow it to limit the travel of the UAC and not contact the coil bucket. I have not seen the bottom of the assembly so I do not know if it is even possible, but I do know that some of you out there are engineers and could probably come up with something.
The other way of lifting is the spacers that go in the spring and add preload to the coils. These, the most infamous being the Daystar kits, often cause the shocks to die even earlier than they normally do. Having the shock limit the travel is not a good idea.