I have a 2016 Ram 1500. Just put a new plow on the front. Honestly, I'm completely new to this. I'm using the plow just for my own commercial building (about 20 spots) and my little residential drive. The plow makes the front end of the ram sag substantially. The dealer suggested I get a 2" lift kit. I have no idea what I actually need. I know the 1500 is on the small side for plowing, but it won't get much use - probably 5 or 6 times a year. Do I get an airbag thing that goes inside the springs? A 2" lift, but otherwise stock? Some other solution for this? With the plow on, the hitch is about 4 inches above the ground. I was able to drive it home without any incident, but I can tell that the plow will be hard on the front end of the truck. Even the hitch is pulling the front end down a little bit. Any suggestions would be helpful. I honestly don't know if I need to lift all 4 wheels, just the front, and even what I should buy. I don't know much about 4WD suspension. I figure I'm buying something and taking it to a mechanic to install, but if there's some sort of airbag that would lift the front end and provide some more strength to the front end??