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    Jr. Apprentice
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    OK so I have a 2007 chevy silverado 1500 LTZ 4x4 with a 6" lift and 325/60R tires on 20" wheels. So with some of my info out of the way, I need new shocks but dont know to much about them and which ones are right for me. I know I have coil overs in the front but the back are just some generic shocks. So im asking what kind I need to buy that will accomidate my lift. And my other question is my tires rub alot but only when I go to back into a parking space and its starting to get really annoying so im wondering if a 1 or 2" body lift will fix that problem or if there is anything else I could do do fix that problem.

    2007 Chevy 1500 LTZ 4x4 5.3L V8 6" pro comp lift 20" RBP rims
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    did you ever replace the strut springs ? these fail at low mile use.

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    No I havent replaced anythig yet. I bought it from someone and it already had the lift and everything on it. So IDK if they replaced them or not. But my shocks are done for so im just trying to find the right ones for my truck. Ive looked around and found some but idk if they will fit with the lift or not. So if someone can reccomend some good ones I'd appreiciate it.

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    On my old truck I had the 6" pro comp lift, and on the rear they had the MX6 pro comp 8 way adjustable shocks. They are ruffly $100 each, and I could adjust it from a soft ride to hard ride with no tools required. There is a plastic knob on the side of the shock that allows for adjustment.
    2004 Chevy Colorado
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