I don't know how many of you have spent much time in the suspension portion of the forum but there is something over there about leveling kits and a a recent article in Four Wheeler mag. (Oct issue) that I thought was pretty cool. The Fox shocks on the front of the truck are manufactured with three detent settings for the lower spring shelf and they are set on the lowest one from the factory. The ride height of the front end can be lifted to level or even front high (like a pre-runner) just by moving the retaining ring up to the middle or top detent. No leveling kit required and shocks do not even have to be removed from the truck to do this. Pretty slick! A little gift from Fox racing I'd say ( and so did Four Wheeler Mag) haha!