I'm Stationed In Korea, and I have a project Blazer (imagine that...!) that I'm ordering parts for. I can't exactly pick up the phone and call to order things, so everything has to be done online. Most of the parts I need are easy. No brainers. But, I want to switch to coilovers for the front. It's a '70 Blazer, and by the time I'm ready for coilovers, it'll have a D60 in the front, and a Cummins 5.9L Diesel under the hood. I have the shocks I want picked out, I just need to know what valving or whatever. I chose Bilstein 9100 Series, I couldn't find anything on the ORD website about the King Coils they sell. I want 8 inches of shaft exposed from the shock when the truck is at rest, using a 17" travel shock. The truck will be running 39" tires on steel beadlocks, 4" suspension lift, and using a full cage integrated into a C10 cab. I'm not picky about the shocks, it's just what I found online...if something saves me a buck or two, I'm all for it. Anyone who can help out with what I need, I would greatly appreciate it, and it would make an already difficult job a little bit easier. I'm not lazy, it's just that suspension numbers are hard for me to grasp. Being in Korea and trying to order everything I need before I come home means I almost have to build the truck online. Oy.