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I’m really kind of confused w your comment/inquiry. Yes it appears you have a spacer upfront.
(1) if the spacer is too big, remove it or replace it with a 1.5-2” spacer.
(2) you need to look where the shock attaches to the axle. If the shocks are infact stock like you claim, there will probably be a shock extension between the axle mount and the shock. If the shocks were replaced with longer ones then it will be missing the extension
(3) if they are 3” coil spacers and installed properly look for an adjustable track bar, or a bracket between the track bar and the frame side mount on the drivers side of the frame near the Pittman arm.
(4) I’ve also heard coil spacers wear out the coils quick(er) but to be honest I’m not sure how or why if it’s even true.
(5) if you want to completely remove the coil spacer and get stock length shocks that’s perfectly fine.
(6) someone has already mentioned, you can replace factory coils with thuren or Carli coils and improve the front end ride.
(7) if you want to try and do the work yourself and purchase the tools, it’s not that hard.
--2015 2500, Crew Cab, Long Bed, 4x4, G56, Maximum Steel
- To Do List, 6" suspension,37" tires,4.56 Gears
--2006 2500 4x4 4 door long bed auto, 8" BDS, 37s