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leveling kit for psd 2x4?

Been lookin for a leveling kit for my 2000 f-250 2wd, front is 2 in. lower than rear. Can only find for 4x4's. anyone seen such a kit or a way to get the front up?
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Fat Bob's Garage: Ford 2" Front Spacer Lift Leveling Kit (w/ Extender Studs) F250/ F350 2WD 1999-2004

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Daystar also makes a 2" kit like this.

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ya i have the daystars on mine but they are more money and its the same dang thing!!! wish i would have found these befor i ordered my daystars they were 80.00

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thank-you info. very helpful
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ya i have the daystars on mine but they are more money and its the same dang thing!!! wish i would have found these befor i ordered my daystars they were 80.00
will i have to replace front shocks?
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no you wont have to replace the shocks ... I mean you could get 2" longer ones but it isnt nessesary unless your gunna make the suspension droop to tis max off roading.. and it would only limit droop 2" anyway

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