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Since you have an 01' and its 4x4, your front suspension should be a leaf pack(stock is 2 leaves) and a single shock.
Being as though its an F-250 it should have the 2 1/2" rear block.
The carrier baring bracket is the piece that the driveshaft goes through, and attaches to the underside of the truck. On lifted trucks there is usually a spacer to lower the carrier baring to achieve the proper angle for the driveshaft.
In some cases the location where the dual shock mount attaches to the frame is the in the center of the loop, the bolt used to attach this bracket is usually the stock shock mount bolt.
And you will need a pitman arm, and depending on whether it has an adjustable track bar, or dropped track bar bracket, you may need a new one of those.
Hope this helps.
2001 F-350 Lariat CCLB, 7.3L, ZF6-speed, Manual hub conversion
2" Procomp leveling Kit, Stock wheels with 295/75/16 Toyo AT II's
Front and Rear Ranch Hand Bumpers