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Shift extender?

I have a 2000 and want to do a 2 inch leveling kit and 2 inch blocks would i need a shift extender
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you would only need a shift extension if your doing a bodylift...
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Nope. You will only need a shifter extension if you put a body lift on your truck.

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lol boo ya!
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