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Shock mounting on lifts

What is the benefit to some lift kits for our atvs changing the shock mounting from lower to upper control arm? I ordered a kit and looking at the pictures the designer has changed the mounts from lower to the upper control arms and made the shocks mount almost completely vertical. Not use to seeing this type of design, and just wondering if you gurus have any input on it.
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