Hello. I want to pull the air suspension (height control) from my 06 Sequoia and give it a bit of a lift to rear and front in the process. I have read alot on this forum (and others) and have an idea that I need 2.5 up front and 1.5 in rear. I am very mechanically inclined and capable of installation but have no idea what is involved outside of removing the old and adding the new. If yall can help me find the best bang for my buck and what other adjustments need to be made (if any) I would be very grateful. One question I have is will I need to worry about my cv boots or control arms with a 2.5 lift? Will I have to offset the wheels? Do I need an alignment afterward? Should I use spacers and new struts or should I get new longer rear springs. I have springs and diffusers from the salvage yard already. More for the diffuser than the spring but really dont know if the longer spring benefits me. This is not a show off type vehicle by any means. More of a get me off this muddy boat ramp kinda ride. What are the recommended shocks and struts. Very green about all this so any help is very much appreciated. Thanks in advance.