for a truck its usaully about 600
You need to buy a suspension lift kit or a body lift kit... a suspension kit is better and looks nicer
Normally a suspension lift kit levels the truck's nose with the rear. It may depend on the type of lift, but that's normally the case.
Body lift MAYBE. suspension lift ? NO...
good question depends on what kind of lift body or suspension and what is the lift going on
as big as you want it..
The body lift does not matter, it just lifts the body. The only thing you need to worry about is the length the new suspension will add to the stock suspension. For example if you put on a 4" suspension lift then you will need to add about 5" - 7" inches in the shock to make sure you have enough up and down travel within the suspension lift, and that it does not "bottom out".
buy a kit off the internet
A lift kit will vary in cost depending on the size, quality, and vehicle. They can cost as little as $99 and as much as several thousands of dollars.
It depends if you want a bolt on kit or a custom kit, the largest bolt on kit is a 24" Full Throttle supension kit for a 99-04 F-250, F-350, and Excursion, you can fit any size tire underneath it. then you have the custom lift kits, the largest recorded on a street legal truck is a 52" lift with 54" boggers. I personally own an Excursion with the 24" lift kit, and I own an 01 dodge 1500 with 14" suspension lift with a custom 4 inch body, sitting on 49 iroks.
Of course. Body lifts just lift the body of the vehicle. While spacer lift kits lift your vehicle using the suspension. Body lifts will not improve clearance while spacer lift kits will.
A 2 inch suspension lift is minimal. You should be able to install the kit without changing and stock parts.