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Aal's and coil soacers vs longer coils

So I am having difficulty finding 2007 2wd add a leafs they all seem to be for 2002's and below but I don't know if they would work/fit antways???

Also coil spacers seem like **** (unless someone can refer some decent ones)

So I was looking at extended coils that are or supposedly would give +1-3" ?

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The important part of an aal is that the spring width has to be the same. Nothing else really matters. I've seen people use coil spacers, but they disconnected their sway bar to help with the stiffness.
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Question instead of spacers would 2" lift coils and shocks be opposed by anyone instead of spacers. I'm just on the ball as to what I want to put money towards.
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