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Ok, I am looking to add some meats to my 98 ram 2500 ext cab and I keep hearing that coil spacers work fine, are cheap, but are really expensive to install. How hard would it be to put in coil spacers in the front and an add-a-leaf in the rear? If I can do this myself, I will. If you could explain the process, it would help a lot too. I am so tired of the little rubber bands it has on it now, and I am not about to pay a grand for 295s. If I am going to pay that much for tires/wheels I want to put some good ol 35s on her, but I am also not about to pay for 8 hours work to put in the spacer/add a leaf.