One of the biggest advantages of leveling a truck is that it allows for larger-than-stock tires to be run on all four corners. While most pickups have plenty of clearance in the rear, upfront larger tires can hit the inside of the fender or bumper when turning, and a slight increase in height is just what the doctor ordered for this type of issue. Also, if a heavyweight like a plow or a winch is added to the front of the truck, the suspension may sag, giving a ride height that is even lower than stock. In this case, a leveling kit can be used to bring the front end back up to its proper height. Leveling kits are inexpensive and very easy to install.