I have a 90 Power Ram 250 that I plow with, the front suspension is incredibly worn out and when I pick up the plow it squats almost all the way to the stops in the front, but the rear suspension is super stiff and very tall, so It has a crazy rake to it like most of the plow trucks out there, especially the older ones. Most truck makers assume all the weight will be in the rear but this is quite the opposite with plow trucks. So what would be the simplest way to get more stiffness and travel in the front, lifting my nose off the ground. I don't have a garage or lift so I want the fix to be easy enough to do in the yard with one jack and a bunch of jack stands. Thanks for any help or suggestions.