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Hey guys...

Gonna put a leveling kit on my crew max 4X4...I've poked around a little bit on the web and seen some decent deals. This has probably been discussed before...and if it has, I apologize...I haven't been around very long.

To be quite honest with you, I really don't see the difference in a lot of them...other than price. I am, however, a firm believer in that "you get what you pay for." I know that a lot of you have already done this, so any input you could give would be greatly appreciated...

Thanks...
 

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Leveling Kit Reviews!!

Tuff Country 2"
1 larger spacer is compressed within Coil assembly.
4 smaller washer-like spacers are installed over the 4 assembly bolts on top.
This lift has some preload on the springs.
Suspension Lift Kits - Tuff Country EZ-Ride Suspensions




ToyTec 3"
1 larger spacer is compressed within Coil assembly.
1 smaller plate-like spacer is installed over the 4 assembly bolts on top.
This lift has some preload on the springs.
www.Toyteclfts.com

TRUXXX 3" Front 1" Rear Leveling kit
Maintains stock ride quality
Kit can be installed in two hours
Alignment specs provided
Made in the USA
www.truxxx.com

DayStar 3"
1 large spacer is bolted to the top of the Coil assembly.
This lift has virtually no preload on the springs.




ReadyLift 2.4"
1 large spacer is bolted to the top of the Coil assembly.
This lift has virtually no preload on the springs.
- ReadyLIFT.com



RevTek 2.5"
1 large spacer is compressed within Coil assembly.
This lift has more preload on the springs.
Revtek - Off Road Suspension Systems - Home
 

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Thanks!...I like the way that the truck rides right now...so I'm thinking that I will probably go with something that doesn't put any preload on the springs.
 
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