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questions on leveling out my truck

I was looking to level out my truck. Its a 95 XLT 2wd. Ive been searching but I haven't found a straight answer. I was looking at polyurethane coil spacers. Also Ive heard of longer coils. Which one would be better? Will i need to get new shocks when i level it out or anything else? I'm wanting to level it out and do a body lift and some 33s. Its mainly going to be for looks. Ill be rarely off roading. If someone could point me in the right direction id greatly appreciate it.

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damn thats a very nice looking truck! especially for the year.

Leave it as is! or pull the block out in the rear to bring the rear down.

As for what you want to do, you can get a coil spring spacer up front.. its good for about 1.5" of lift... pretty cheap too.
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thanks man, any more suggestions???
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