2wd Leveling kit

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ECO.Dee

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Jan 15, 2017
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Hello all

New to the site and have been trying to research this problem i have encountered. If this has been asked and answered before i alologize but I did not find it. I have read and have been told contradicting information over how to properly level lift our trucks. I have been told coil spacers will cause upper ball joint issues and to use bilstein 5100. 4wheel parts then tells me no, use coil spacers and new UCA. Bilsteins will cause the ball joint issues. So my question is what is the best route to take? Coil spacers or bilstein 5100? Can i use bilstein in a 2wd? Any kit/part #s will be appreciated. Thanks in advance guys.
 

C130BadaBing

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Jan 25, 2018
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2015
Hello all

New to the site and have been trying to research this problem i have encountered. If this has been asked and answered before i alologize but I did not find it. I have read and have been told contradicting information over how to properly level lift our trucks. I have been told coil spacers will cause upper ball joint issues and to use bilstein 5100. 4wheel parts then tells me no, use coil spacers and new UCA. Bilsteins will cause the ball joint issues. So my question is what is the best route to take? Coil spacers or bilstein 5100? Can i use bilstein in a 2wd? Any kit/part #s will be appreciated. Thanks in advance guys.
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Brokedownbutgood

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Apr 17, 2016
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Bilstein 5100 do not work with the 2wd they do not use a coil over setup. Your choices with 2wd is different coils or coil spacers or knuckle lift. The knuckle lifts usually change track witdh and look funny. If you go with coil spacers you well need either different shocks or shock spacers to match.