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A levelling kit is just a lift kit for the front only because most trucks come from the factory 2-3" higher in the rear. My F-250 was 2-1/2" higher in the rear so i originally put a 2-1/2" levelling kit on it which worked fine!
Some trucks have the snowplow option (or maybe other options also) that come with higher rate front springs which will already make the front sit higher.
If you are only going with a 2" levelling kit then you don't really need to worry about changing your trac bar, but if you go any more than that it would be a good idea.
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2005 F-250 CC/SB 4x4 medium wedgewood blue
5" lift, 5" Donahoe rear springs, 35x13.50 MTZ's, 18x12 Fuel Hostage wheels, 4.30 gears, Banks 4" exhaust, Airraid intake, SCT from Innovative, ARP headstuds, Bulletproof ficm, Bulletproof EGR cooler, Scangauge II, Randy Ellis Design lightbar, Street Scene flares, Harpoon mod, Zoodad mod, LED 2010 taillights, Switchback LED front turn signals