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Lift or Level?

Can someone please tell me the difference between a lift kit and a level kit I know what a lift is for but the leveling thing is a different language to me.

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A leveling kit just brings the front end up to the same ride height of the rear end, Stock the front end sits lower than the rear and gives the truck a little bit of a rake
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Also a leveling kit is cheaper too

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