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3" Spacers, 2" AAL's?

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I have an '04 2WD Tundra, and would like to raise it a couple inches without spending too much. What do you guys think of 3" spacers in the front (aluminum or polyurethane?) and 2" AAL's in the back? If I understand correctly, I want the truck to be lifted and leveled, which is why the front needs a larger lift than the rear. Can someone confirm this? Also, I would rather not change my tire size. I currently have 265/65/17's. Would these tires look ok with the lift or should I go with something larger, perhaps 275/70/17's, which would be approximately 1-5/8" taller? Thanks in advance.
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check out they have a great kit at a reasonable price i picked up a 3" level lift kit which included front spacers diff drop and aal's it comes with all hardware and detailed instructions very happy with kit i think the factory tires will look ok but personally i like the biggest i can fit without rubbing i was able to fit 295/70/17 with no problem no rubbing with steering wheel turned all the way
How much did the AAL's add? Extreme Truck Toy's website indicates 1.5 to 2". Is this accurate? Also, did you have to replace your rear shocks?
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