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Hey,

I've got a 2018 Tundra 1794 4x4, and I'm debating between the following RC kits:

2.5-3" Leveling Lift Kit with the N2.0 Struts
3.5" Bolt-on Lift Kit


If I go with the 2.5-3" leveling kit, I'll put it at 3". Any true advantage spending extra $220 for 3.5" kit? I know it's unlikely, but anyone have experience with both these kits?


It's all road driving for me, no off-roading. I plan on putting 18" wheels that have a +18-26 offset. I'll probably end up running tires that are closer to 34".

Thanks :)
 

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I wouldn’t use either kit actually. Lift blocks, strut spacers, and unknown shocks are my reasons.

bilstein 5100’s all around will run you $350ish. Tried and true.

If you want to lift the rear use shackles instead of blocks. I’m running a $50 ebay shackles. Others use either coachbuilder or toytec.

If you stay at the middle setting (around 2”) you won’t need a diff drop or UCA. If you go top setting you will want to run a diff drop and might need a UCA depending on if you can get a good alignment. Also a carrier bearing drop if you lift the rear. Both of those kits are cheap.



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Thanks, for the input. I've installed the Bilstein leveling shocks a few times and just looking for something different to try. I wouldn't be surprised if I go full circle back to that option :)
 

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At 3" or higher, I'd want to put in new UCAs. The more expensive kit you mentioned appears to have the UCA's included. I wouldn't buy either of those kits, but, if you had to choose one of them, I'd get the one with UCA's. Although, those UCA's did look to be a bit thin.
 
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