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post #1 of 3 Old 11-16-2013, 10:09 PM Thread Starter
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2004 2wd leveling kit

What kit are you 2wd guys using to level/lift the front? I see billet spacers, poly spacers both with shock extenders. Any better kits i'm not seeing?
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There are lots of threads about the 2wd leveling kit. And I know some guys here have Daystar kit.
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I've been reading thread after thread about this as I'm interested as well. And seems like the issue is getting the camber corrected. Then you'll need alignment too, which isn't cheap. IMO it's cheaper to level out the tree with a 3/5 drop kit from djm. I plan to do it this way and add the Firestone at bag helper kit to keep it level when I got a load in the truck or pullin a trailer


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