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Raising my '95 2wd dakota

All the lift kits my husband has found have been for '96's and above. Is it even possible to put a lift kit on a '95 dakota (V8, 357 mag. extended cab)

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Most I can find are for 4 wheel drive only you can install a body lift on your truck

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    THANKS FOR TRYING? I answered your question no one makes a kit for your truck but a body lift

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It might be possible you will have to try the 4x4 websites to find it im not sure if you can put one on a 2wd

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