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    Default Newbie with a question

    I have a 00' single cab 2wd silverado...i ordered this leveling kit :


    They are basically spacers that go above the springs from my understanding...But my question is what about the rear? Won't it look goofy?...I initially ordered them thinking i could adjust torsion bars on the rear only to find that only the 4wd systems run torsion bars. So, if i do want to level out the rear, what do i use?...I can't find a shackle lift or anything for the rear end for any 99 - 02 2wd silverados! If anybody has any insight i would be greatly appreciative!...


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    Front grill guard (looks a little off without the lift!)
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    welcome to the site, the point of a leveling kit is to bring the front end so that is sits the same hight as the rear end, and no i dont think it would look goofy

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    i figured that much, but i was really just inquiring about lifting the rear if at all possible...Does anybody have just the front leveling kit on thier truck?..I want to get an idea of what just the front end lift would look like..if anybody has any pics, post em up!

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    redneckarmymp's truck has just a leveling kit

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    thanks for the pics guys!, i can tell i'm gonna be on this site all day baby!...I was wondering if by any chance you guys have ever done the leveling kit yourself...the directions to these puppies were written by a friggin chinaman(no offense to the chinese..i hear they make good swords..haha..)if there are any quirks or things i should know...maybe some reading i should do before diving into this project fill me in!...

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    no problem, my truck doesn't have a leveling kit, so idk whats involved, hopefully someone else will pop in and give some advise, good luck

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    i like the truck though..have you done anything to it?

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    mine? no i haven't suspension wise, i have tires that are bigger then the stock ones

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    the leveling kits on 2wd are pretty easy to do as they are just spacers that go above the coils. Go to Auto Zone and rent a coil spring compressor. Jack the truck up and take the front wheels off. take out the springs using the compressor. Put in spacers and reinstall the coils. be careful with the compressors tho because there is a lot of force behind those coils when they are compressed.

    As for lifting the rear you can get a set of 2" blocks that go under the leaf springs at auto zone for 30 bucks and i think you can use your stock U-bolts. if not they are relatively cheap anyway
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    hey thanks,'ve been a tremendous help!..i found those spacers for the rear at autozone...The front end gave me hell though!...I'll have pics soon...she's coming along nicely..

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