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Unread 06-13-2013, 03:15 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by 98ZJLTD View Post
I will be going from an ISY to an ESY when I swap my 231 in as well, however I'm also going to be lifting it 4.5 inches at the same time I do the t case swap. From what you guys just said, it sounds like I will still need to shorten my DS since I could go over 6 before I would have to possibly get it lengthened. Am I understanding that correctly, or is there a chance I may not have to shorten it since I will be lifting as well?
Wait until you lift it before you swap t-cases, you may not need to shorten it at all.

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Originally Posted by wjjeep19 View Post
It is what Jeeples has stated.
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