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Leveling Kit suggestions

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by MatausTundra, Dec 28, 2019.

  1. Dec 28, 2019 at 10:14 AM
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    MatausTundra

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    Hey there fellow tundra freaks! I am looking to get a leveling kit for my 2017 tundra crewmax. Would really appreciate if any of you could refer a solid 2.5” leveling kit. Hope everyone is having a good holiday season.
     
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    At a minimum I would go with bilstein 5100 shocks over a spacer. If it’s in your budget the 6112/5160 combo would be my #1 recommendation.

    Joe S
     
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    Ordered the same one. Can’t wait to get it on. Is it true level, nose high, or tail high?
     
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    Man hard to say. Pretty damn close to level but if anything it still might be slightly tail high. Probably perfectly level or just barely nose up if you don’t mess with the rear. Ride might be a little better too. My rear feels slightly more “stiff” after the ready lift.

    If you’re doing it yourself I’d do the front first and see how u like it.
     
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    I agree with this 100%. Everything I’ve read and heard about spacer lifts is enough to ensure I will never put one on any vehicle I own.
     
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    Appreciate the info. I had a 3/1 LRO level kit on my last Tundra and it sat barely tail high, and I thought it was perfect. Heavy items in the bed would level it. I prefer the ride of a leveled truck, definitely a stiffer “truck” ride.
     
  8. Dec 28, 2019 at 5:22 PM
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    I have the Readylift 3/2 and yes it's a little stiffer in the rear.
     

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