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Hey guys,
im a new tundrasolutions user. I just bought my 16 yo an 02 4x4 tundra and want to lift and level it a little. i am looking at the procomp 3" and toytec 3" kits. any suggestions out there would be appreciated...
 

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Hey guys,
im a new tundrasolutions user. I just bought my 16 yo an 02 4x4 tundra and want to lift and level it a little. i am looking at the procomp 3" and toytec 3" kits. any suggestions out there would be appreciated...
So you want a spacer lift? Which is what you are referencing. All are pretty much the same except some go in the spring and some go on top. I used a Daystar kit which has both top load and in the spring. If it is a $x$ many will suggest a diff drop spacer so the CV's do not gget such an angle and rip the CV boots. With a 3" spacer lift we put on 285-75-16 and left the back end stock which made it completly level. The 285's cleared but barely. you should be able to find even more info in the Suspension area.

If you want a better lift look at the Donahoe coilover or some of the others. More money though.
 

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i was thinkin the same thing...about not going more than about 2 inches but the pro-comp kit allows you to drop the front diff to save the cv's and boots...
 

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i got the 3" front spacers and 1.5 rear aal from toyotec. this kit comes with everything you need including the diff drop. some people are against this kit, but so far, so good on my truck. it's been about over a month now and all is still good. (knock on wood) No problems with the cv's or anything. i am thinking of taking out the top spacer that goes on top of the coil. as of right now, it is just a bit too bumpy, but looks good as hell.
 

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I am from almost the same neck of the woods. :tu: If you have the money then just get some SAW coilovers from the start. They ride so much better than the spacers.
 
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