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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-25-2014, 06:59 AM Thread Starter
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Purchasing time

Hey everyone, im getting ready to start purchasing the lift components for my gen 1 tundra. Im gonna go with this lift just because of the price point
Ultimate lift kit with Bilstein shocks for Tundra
Im gonna need some new control arms soooo I was going to go with these Camburg Toyota Tundra 2wd/4wd 00-06 Performance 1.00 Uniball Upper Arms I know im gonna need a diff drop but can someone explain this to me a little more? And are there any better options for control arms since im not lifting it that much? And finally should I get different add a leafs or just use the ones included with the lift? I think this is everything im gonna need besides tires and wheels obviously but if im missing something or I should do something differently please let me know. Any information is extremely appreciated. Thank you!!!
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Hey everyone, im getting ready to start purchasing the lift components for my gen 1 tundra. Im gonna go with this lift just because of the price point
Ultimate lift kit with Bilstein shocks for Tundra
Im gonna need some new control arms soooo I was going to go with these Camburg Toyota Tundra 2wd/4wd 00-06 Performance 1.00 Uniball Upper Arms I know im gonna need a diff drop but can someone explain this to me a little more? And are there any better options for control arms since im not lifting it that much? And finally should I get different add a leafs or just use the ones included with the lift? I think this is everything im gonna need besides tires and wheels obviously but if im missing something or I should do something differently please let me know. Any information is extremely appreciated. Thank you!!!
That lift looks pretty sweet! From the picture it looks like those aren't progressive AALs so you might want to look into those and sell these single leafs. I know Deaver, Icon, Wheelers, and Toytech all make progressive AALs for our trucks. If I was going to spend the $$$ on UCAs I'd go with the camburg ones for the price point. The diff drop just makes all the suspension geometry better post-lift and takes some stress off your CV boots.

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