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Can up country shocks be used on a non-up country suspension. Worried about the travel and collapsed measurements. Not enough travel or too little?

Lots of creeks, squeaks and other noise coming from the rear. I have replaced rear control arm and ball joint, sway bar links, torsion bar with a 1" type, new brakes and rotors, all axle and differential bearings. Have not replaced springs. Cannot figure it out. HELP!

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Doubtful the shocks would be the source of any creaking/squeaks. Most creaking and squeak noises are usually a result of worn/dry bushings. I would inspect all swaybar/control arm bushings for dryness and deteriation. Spraying wd40 on all rubber bushings in the rear may cause the noise to subside for a while until you are able to isolate the exactr source

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