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Tundras are notorious for sagging with a load on the rear.
As mentioned above, shocks do not affect ride height at all, unless you use something like an adjustable air shock. Otherwise, you should consider ditching the blocks, get a full leaf pack for your unloaded height, and then add air bags to prevent it from sagging.
There are alot of options for aftermarket rear leaf springs now, otherwise, you can work with a local suspension shop and they might be able to build you a leaf pack for your needs.
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