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From what I have read if you raise the front 3" you need to have adjustment made to the driveline.

So if you raise the front 3" and the back 1" is that adjustment still required?

Does raising the rear 1" offset the front as if you only raised it 2"?

Thanks and sorry for yet another newbie question!:)
 

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A driveline spacer and a diff drop are two different things. A diff drop will be needed if your tundra is 4wd. The driveline spacer is usually only needed when the rear is lifted several inches so you should be good there.
 
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Ok. I definately wouldn't be lifting the rear more than 1".

I may just level the front. I considered raising the back an inch cuz I haul alot of firewood and figured that might help being nose high when I do.
 

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I put in a 3" OME level kit in the front end of my truck and it ended up sitting dead level so I didn't have to do the rear lift at all which is nice. With that said I've read that it is your choice to put a differential drop in or not since it's only a 3" lift (for 4x4). I looked and for a $30.00 piece of mind I definitely bought and installed the differential drop just to made myself feel better. Pretty easy to install as well only adds a few minutes onto the leveling project
 
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