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ive researched and asked multiple ppl with no solid answer. i have the bilstien 6112's on the front of my truck, 5100's on rear. i want to lift my truck 6'', what lifts would work with the 6112's so i dont have to get rid of them. and why? Not understanding why they wouldn't work as the shocks/struts on a lift kit on the lowest setting. ANY info is appreciated because i seem to go around and around in circles. i hate the stance and i want to go higher anyway. 4.5 or 6'' is fine with me. Thanks in advance
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I don't have an answer because I don't know but I would choose a lift you are interested in and call the manufacture find out of they would work.

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i want to lift my truck 6'', what lifts would work with the 6112's so i dont have to get rid of them.
Pretty sure it works the other way around.
You buy shocks that work with your lift.
How do intend to extend your current shocks by another 6"?
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ive researched and asked multiple ppl with no solid answer.
After a 2 min Google search, I've found that Rough Country, Zone Offroad, BDS, and Superlift all offer lifts in the 4.5-6" range that utilize spacers so you can use your current shocks. I'm sure there are others. If you're on a budget, I recommend Zone Offroad.
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After a 2 min Google search, I've found that Rough Country, Zone Offroad, BDS, and Superlift all offer lifts in the 4.5-6" range that utilize spacers so you can use your current shocks. I'm sure there are others. If you're on a budget, I recommend Zone Offroad.
Two minutes is obviously not a long enough search, how does the even compare to the exhaustive search the OP has been through. You sir should be ashamed of yourself.

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