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3/1 Readylift

Hey guys, I'm pretty new to the truck world. Got a 2010 tundra Crewmax. I'm looking into the Readylift and was curious if anyone had any pics of their Tundra's on stock wheels and tires with this lift? I really don't have the extra cash to spend on bigger tires and I want to be sure it will still look good with the lift. Anyone have any pics of a setup like this? I'll post the only pic I have of the truck just to give everyone an idea of what I'm working with..

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You beat me to this question. I noticed lots of local shops selling the ready lift kits but, I noticed that a lot of people on here are liking the LRO 3/1



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I just install only the fronts today on my crewmax and it looks great! Getting some bigger tires tomarrow toyo open country a/t 285/75/18. I'll take some pics before and after for you guys.

08 Sr5 5.7L Crewmax - DD, Tow vehicle
2000 honda civic HB all motor 2.0L - Drag car
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here's a couple pics of my crewmax with the 3" lift before I got my tires and wheels, I think it looked good. much better than stock.






2013 Crewmax Limited 4x4 TRD - White/Redrock



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-TRD color matched grill, mirrors, and door handles.
-Powdercoat color matched rear bumper w/ Rigid Dually -D2 flush mount reverse lights
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Thanks for the pics man, that does look pretty good. I may just to take the leap and do it. Of course those tires make me want to just take that leap now too lol.
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Here is mine. 3" front lift with wheels and stock 18" tires (for now):

Mod List: 3" LRO front spacers, 18X9 XD Hoss +30 offset, 295/70-18 Nitto Trail Grapplers, window tint, debadged, Line-X xtra front and rear bumpers, Husky Liner floor mats, carpeted glove box (hated the noise), Stebel Big Daddy horn, tow mirrors.
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Nice! .
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Do it man... atleast the lift! you won't regret it. its all about the baby steps! lol. But as soon as its lifted, a week down the road you'll be trying to figure out if you can scrape enough cash together to get some new wheels/tires also! ha. I was able to sell my stock TRD wheels and tires for $650 though, which helped pay for my new ones.

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-King Coilovers and Rear Shocks with Resi's
-Camburg Uniball UCA
-35x12.50/20 Falken Wild Peak A/T on 20" Method Standards (+18mm offset)
-6000k 55w Hi/Low HID and 3000k 55w Fog HID
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-TRD color matched grill, mirrors, and door handles.
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I just install only the fronts today on my crewmax and it looks great! Getting some bigger tires tomarrow toyo open country a/t 285/75/18. I'll take some pics before and after for you guys.
heres a crappy iphone pic from last night after the installed... stock wheels and tires. getting the new tires install later today follow by alignment... ill try to take better pics later.


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2000 honda civic HB all motor 2.0L - Drag car
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heres a crappy iphone pic from last night after the installed... stock wheels and tires. getting the new tires install later today follow by alignment... ill try to take better pics later.

Which kit did you use? maybe it's just me but the front looks higher than the back



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I have the readylift 3/1 but ony did the front. Yeah idk why the front is higher, the front measure at 39" and the rear measure at 39.25".

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Why the hell do all of these 3/1 leveling kits make the truck look like they are nose high? They don't look very level to me? wtf?
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Here is a pic of mine with the front 3" spacer only and stock wheels and tires.




2014 CrewMax Platinum
Husky X-act liners, Line-X, Tinted 20%, LED'd, ReadyLift 3/2, BMF Novakane Death Metal (+25 offset), Nitto Terra Grapplers 295/60/20, Iron Cross steps, Bushwacker Flares, Color matched handles/mirror caps, Magnaflow exhaust and Rugged CoverII
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Finally got the tires put on! heres another pic for ya...


08 Sr5 5.7L Crewmax - DD, Tow vehicle
2000 honda civic HB all motor 2.0L - Drag car
12.15@111mph

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