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I currently have spacers on my truck to level the front but would really like to get new shocks all the way around that are also adjustable for leveling so I can lose the spacers.. to my knowledge bilstien and rancho do not make anything for the 2wd.. does anybody know of another company or any other insight on this subject is much appreciated!

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Wish I had a better answer for you, but to my knowledge adjustable a are for the 4x4's only. I'm looking to level my front out as well. What kit do you have?
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A leveling spacer is your only option for a 2wd. You can get Bilstein shocks but they do nothing for your height, only the ride. 2wds have a separate coil and shock, not a strut assembly like the 4wd's.
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I wonder about getting a longer coil and shock?
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Check out some companies like CST or Top Gun Customz. They would be your best bet at finding some lift coils. Shocks should be easy to get. Just find some that are for a 2wd Ram with 3" (or whatever height your coils are) of front end lift.
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I have searched almost everywhere and there is no such thing as an adjustable shock for 4x2's like there is for 4x4's, however as stated above I did verify your best option if you do not want to use spacers would be to get a new set of front coils and longer shocks.

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