I just installed rough country springs (2" leveling kit)...not the cheapest but doesn't break the bank either. I got mine for about $125. With the right tools it only took me an hour and a half to include test drive and clean up. It easy...and well worth it.
The rough country are a progressive spring and are slightly firmer the stockers. The ride is firm but not harsh. My wheels were leaning outward as well (typical from the stock springs sagging) but now the seem more straight. I will still need an alignment but I will wait until they settle some.
I feel spacers are only good if you have a good pair of springs already installed. If your springs are old...I would replace them.
Some guys buy Moog...or go to a junk yard...or do what I did.
96' 4x4 5.8L extended cab
Last edited by silverslug96; 07-19-2011 at 09:04 PM.