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I did exactly that on my tacoma no problem, I don't see why it couldn't be done on the tundra.
 

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Look at Bad Dad walking around wearing crocs and giving the first gen crowd some help.

Get a light Spiddery! I did mine by one of those camping hand held LED flood light lol
 

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Got the other side done this mornin with some help. This side went alot smoother. Then I took the other side back apart because I wasnt happy with it. Its all goosd now. Just need to get a spring compressor next week to adjust the other side up another 1.5 inches so it has the full 3 inch lift.
 

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Well I got the front adjusted up 2 and 3/4 inches above stock. It looks good. No coil compressor needed. Had to order a replacement rear u bolt due to one of them being stripped when I went to re torque it after driving for a week. I never understood why dealer parts are so damn expensive.
 
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