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Replacing old lift coils and shocks

Hello everyone,
I bought a 97 wrangler se about a month ago. I have had a blast putting the new touches on my toy. I have hit a spot in the road where I seek assistance. I have, I believe a 4" skyjacker lift on the rig, and would like to replace the shocks and coils due to age and rust. So question 2 parts 1; where do I find just the parts I need 4 main shocks, 4 coils and there are some other shocks including one a steering stabilizer. 2; when replacing these can I get anymore lift without replacing other parts, like can I buy 6" coils and shocks and get away with the hardware already installed. Your feed back would be much obliged, also I am new so don't be afraid to give me basics I would not know. Thank you.

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