Good day, Toyota Tundra family. I just purchased my fourth Tundra, this one, the beast of them all, the 2017 TRD Pro version. I and everyone else I am sure can agree that the stock tires suck. Thanks to TundraTalk I already know what size I am going to replace them with. My question is, in order to not mess with the already stellar upgraded badass suspension package, what is the best way to get just a little more ground clearance? I hunt a lot, drive through a lot of country roads and fields, and don't want to beat up the skid plate too much, after all, its just for insurance, and eventually you run out of insurance. Anyone out there have some info? Thanks guys and girls!