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These CST 3.5" lift spindles are for use on 2wd Toyota Tundra trucks only. This product will NOT fit any 4x4 models! The CSS-T1-1 lift spindle lift may require the use of aftermarket wheels when running larger than stock tires. The stock Toyota Tundra wheel may have too much back space and if running a larger than stock tire the sidewall may rub the CST spindle. For this reason we recommend the use of an 18" or larger diameter aftermarket wheel with no more than 6.00" inches of back space. Customers running 20" or larger diameter wheels can use a wheel with up to 6.50" inches of backspace. We do have a number of customers running their factory Toyota and upgraded TRD wheels with this spindle without issues. You, the owner, must ensure your tire and wheel have sufficient clearance before operating the vehicle!
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Never mind. I saw the pics in the journal. The Z look awesome. If you need someone to take care of it, let me know. I was going to buy a "Z" intead of the Tundra but needed more space since I have 3 kids.
Brake line extensions aren't necessary, the spindles come with a bracket to relocate your brake lines. Not sure what you mean about drop spacers, you mean carrier bearing bracket? If you lift your rear 3" or more, yeah, you'll need to lower your carrier bearing with spacers or a bracket.
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