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BiGDawG 06-09-2013 06:29 PM

Leveling kit 2wd?
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just wondering if anyone has raised the front to match the back? or would i be better off lowering the back to match the front? i'm not sure i just know since i got the 20s it's been bugging me how the back is higher. looking for the cheapset way out as i don't work full time or part time i work when they need me to fill in.

gonefishin776 06-10-2013 08:20 AM

hmmm. I'd definitely level the front personally.

I'm not familiar with the 2nd gen suspension..the early 3rd gens have torsion bars up front that you can just crank up and level it out for free!!

if not look up spacers for your year/2wd truck!

BiGDawG 06-10-2013 07:07 PM

I was looking at these don't think i need 3 inches but can figure that out before i purchase

gonefishin776 06-10-2013 07:13 PM

never seen spacers like those. look sketchy as hell

BiGDawG 06-10-2013 07:43 PM

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yea seems like they would just pop out lol

here's a better side shot of my truck

from lip of rim to lip of the truck back is 12 and a half front it 9 so i would need 3 and half to level the front

something like this would be better then?

gonefishin776 06-11-2013 07:36 AM

check these out:

i don't think you'll find a 3.5" level kit. most only go 2.5" for the sake of your front end geometry.

BiGDawG 06-13-2013 06:12 AM

them seem safer lol thanks for the link

well after looking it over a bit it's for a 4wd, mine's 2wd will that make a difference?

just noticed they have a 2wd category but it's only a 2" lift

gonefishin776 06-13-2013 07:10 AM

shit, I meant to send you the 2wd link. That's my fault.

I mean...2" is a normal level. try it out...see what it looks like. They aren't terribly expensive..might as well.

gonefishin776 06-13-2013 07:13 AM

there are these:

but i used this polyurethane ones on my 1998 f150 2wd and i felt like they just squished out over time and it wasn't level anymore. I wasn't impressed. But they advertise 3"

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