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Most threads I have read have people recommending the LRO leveling kit. Does anyone have any legit gripes or praises for the leveling kit offered by Supreme Suspension Lifts on ebay. Its half the price and looks pretty solid. I would hate to pay double if its just a name brand thing.
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A lot of people run spacer lifts, I'm not a fan. Here is some info just to be aware of:

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Most threads I have read have people recommending the LRO leveling kit. Does anyone have any legit gripes or praises for the leveling kit offered by Supreme Suspension Lifts on ebay. Its half the price and looks pretty solid. I would hate to pay double if its just a name brand thing.
Don't listen to whattobuy. Is hes fault, I'm spending so much money trying to build a lift "the wright way" The ebay kits will do the same as the LRO. I bought a $75 bucks spacer from ebay and a block from LRO, but never installed, thx to the link whattobuy keep pasting.LOL The Ebay spacer is very good. A couple people here are running the same spacer I bought.
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all depends on use...

i prefer an actual lift strut where there is a combination of preload lift and actual strut height lift...

like the toytecs for just spacers ( one preload, one spacer) or the steins, or rancho's or...


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I decided to get the 3/1 level kit from supreme suspension, came in a week ago. everything is complete but they sent a wrong set of bolts for the front spacer. called them and they will send the correct bolts at no charge.




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Measurement from fender to center of the Rim: Fr.Dr 21"/Fr.Pass 21"; R.Dr 22"/R.Pass 22"
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TRD Excluded though

I was looking a the LRO as well. I looked at these after your post. It specifically stated a different kit for the TRD model. I saw nothing about it on the LRO site so I sent them an email. The reply was that the LRO 3/1 will work with all models. Seems odd that the supreme suspension will only do a 2.5" lift for TRD.....

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I decided to get the 3/1 level kit from supreme suspension, came in a week ago. everything is complete but they sent a wrong set of bolts for the front spacer. called them and they will send the correct bolts at no charge.

You will be happy with it. LRO charges too much for their spacer kit and on top off that they charge you $25 shipping.
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Kit has been in for almost a month now. when installed never had the abs/tcs/4lo/4hi lights come on. then again it seems to still have a slight rake with this kit.

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TRD Rear Sway Bar with Tundra Racing Sway Bar kit
Tundra Racing Drop Kit 2/4
Actual Drop: Front 2"; Rear 3.5"
Suspension: Front Bilstein (yellow); Rear Tokico shorts (blue)
Measurement from fender to center of the Rim: Fr.Dr 21"/Fr.Pass 21"; R.Dr 22"/R.Pass 22"
Tundra Racing Air Bag Kit @ 20psi
22x9 Toyota TRD Style Rims
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Nice!!!! Now you need bigger tires
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Installed the 2.5/1 kit with a 3" increase at the front and 1" increase at the rear. Measures 39" f and 40" r, from ground to top center fender well lip. Great quality and shipped and received super fast.

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Has anyone changed their factory front bump stops while adding lift kits?


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I didnt change my front bump stops. I think it relates if you upgrade your struts and height.....then again i could be wrong...im no expert.



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TRD Rear Sway Bar with Tundra Racing Sway Bar kit
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