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2wd F350 leveling options?

Hi everyone!

I have a 2002 F350 CC dually 2wd. I really like the truck, but I prefer how the 4wd duallies sit up and level compared to mine.

What options are available? I saw some coil spring spacers from Daystar, wondering if anyone has used them and had luck? Any problems? Were you able to get the alignment back in spec?

Any other options besides the spring spacers?

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I put spring spacers on my 2wd F-350 swb. Looks good and rides good, and the alignment is fine. If you have bad tie rods you will have to get em replaced in order to get the truck aligned.

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