New user and first post here. After looking through as many threads I could find on here I wanted to see if anyone could clarify a few things for me.
I ordered a 2013 LTD Sequoia 4x4 a little bit back and will be receiving it within the next few weeks. I am going to lift the Sequoia as I did with my 2010 Tundra Crewmax. I know Revtek makes the 441 kit for lifting the Sequoia and then you can also go the route of adjustable shocks/struts such as the Bilstein 5100 adjustable.
1) Is there a general consensus as to which one of these routes to go?
2) Can you use both of these lifting methods at the same time and get say 6" of lift out of combining them? So I would be purchasing a RevTek 441 kit and Bilstein 5100's all the way around and using the Revtek kit and then setting the 5100's on max lift?
3) My 2010 Tundra has a 3/1 lift level kit and we did a little frame trimming to clear 35x12.50 R20 Trail Grapplers on 20" Fuel Rims. Will I be able to do the same thing on the Sequoia? I would like to run 35" tires on the Sequoia if possible!
Additional Information related to the Sequoia:
2013 Limited Sequoia 4x4
20" BMF SOTA rims with +26 to +35 ish offset depending on what will work with lift/tires
Preferably 35x12.50 R20 Nitto Trail Grappler Tires
There was a thread a ways back labeled "Introducing Black Gold", and that's the look im going for except slightly bigger with the 35" tires. Everything from the emblems to the chrome mirrors and any trim will be blacked out completely.
Thanks for your time!