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Why Long Arm Susp vs Short Arm? Pro & Cons?

Why would someone choose a 4" LONG ARM suspension vs SHORT ARM? I have 4" short arm and in the process of c/o skyjacker shocks with Bilstein 5100 (nice). Obviously, the Long Arms are longer shocks, springs, control arms, etc. Can anyone provide some knowledge about this question? Thanks in advance?

2006 LJ Rubicon 4" suspension
35 inch Nitto Trail Grapplers
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