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    Hey i have a 2002 chevy silverado. 2 wheel drive. I was wondering if i could raise my truck even though its not four wheel drive.

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    Yes, they make just as many lifts for 2WD's as they do 4WD's...

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    It shouldn't be too hard, though don't look for a big lift without custom work involved. I've seen spindle kits and ciol spring kits that give about 3.5"'s of lift. I wouldn't go much higher than that because of the added stress on the stock components.

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    my truck is a 2wd and i just put a leveling kit on it to give it a better stance. i would go to high just because of the fact that you dont need it. 3inch lift at most in my opinion.
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    around how much would it cost me and how long will it take

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    i put a readylift leveling kit on with 2 of my buddies and i got it for $200 and installed it in about at most 2 hours.

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    well i dont really know much about how to install things and im scared to mess something up. how easy is it

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    me and my buddies have done it on several of our friends trucks and it really isnt that hard. but if you dont want to do it or dont know someone that can then go to a local 4x4 shop or any automotive shop for that matter and ask them to do it. most chevy dealerships will even do it but they are are expensive.

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    well me and my dad are good friends with an owner of an automotive shop im sure he can give us a good deal

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