Ok so I have a 2wd 98 F150 ECLB....yea, one of the 2 years that are probably the most tedious to deal with since 97 & 98 were their own animals.....but I'd like to put a small lift on the truck. I'm only 5'8", so I'm not lookin to lift it up to the sky, but I figure a decent 3.5" suspension lift (I'm kinda against body lift, it's just pointless IMO) would allow me to comfortably put 35" tires under the truck. Now I've found that the right way to lift the front is with spindles and shocks, and I've found kits that have those, but every time I find a kit, it winds up with lift blocks for the rear. Now I'm sure lots of folks have used blocks and they're just fine, but I'd rather install some SUSPENSION lift solution for the back instead of just blocks. Now correct me if I'm wrong, but is the typical/preferred means of lifting the rear suspension of one of these to install taller leaf springs in the rear? So I guess my questions are: who sells a 3.5" set of front lift spindles for a 98 f150 2wd? who sells a set of 2" rear lift springs? can this be done without breaking the bank or spending more than the truck is really worth? am I completely wrong and trying to go in the wrong direction here? Thanks!!