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here is the ready lift installed

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Looks great!
 

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LOOKS GOOD!!! what kit was it ? how hard how much? need more!!!! was it a spacer ?

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It is a spacer lift that goes on top of the shock between top mount and frame,,,they are $229.00 list...i had a tech at work throw it on..took about 1 hour to install,,,,the 285's on the stock wheel now rub a bit on the skid plate (need to bend the edge a bit)

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You have the truck I want! Beautiful. Simply beautiful. It looks great!! Now just throw an AAL on there for good measure :D

What else do you plan on adding to your monster once the aftermarket picks up?
 

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Looks nice, I plan on doing the same thing to my truck real soon. Once Rims are available I'll be putting the lift up front and doing her up beefy style.........

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You have the truck I want! Beautiful. Simply beautiful. It looks great!! Now just throw an AAL on there for good measure :D

What else do you plan on adding to your monster once the aftermarket picks up?

Well for now i am going to put a set of TRD 18" alloys on. the joy of lifting trucks and swaping wheels i can get my alloys real cheap,,,,,..and i orderd a Magnaflow cat back today,,,they are now availible,,,Hope it has a deep note,,,,,
 

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that looks awesome! I ordered the revtek leveling kit and I'm having 35" bfg a/t's put on with 22 inch rims from driv, everything is in, just waitin on the damn rims!!! once its done I'll post pics.
 

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Looks good. This brings me to another question.

As you all know the Tundra has one of the lowest Payload Capacities in its class. Does lifting the truck (and changing the suspension pieces) theoretically increase payload capacity?

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Anybody have any leads on where i can find some nice black 16x10s for the tundra's 5x150 pattern? Lift kit looks great BTW.
I thought it couldn't go lower than 17s?


Very nice lift!
 

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Anybody have any leads on where i can find some nice black 16x10s for the tundra's 5x150 pattern? Lift kit looks great BTW.
Ultra Wheels has their Goliath model in black and chrome which looks very nice in 18" with the 5x150 pattern. I plan on getting them when they are released in June.

Can somebody tell me if the ready lift kit changes the camber of the tires which would in turn cause them to wear more on the outside edges? This would be similar to lowering a sports car but creating positive camber instead of negative like on the car. I heard to lift a truck correctly and not change the camber that you have to get adjustable control arms similar to lowering a sports car.
 

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Looks good. This brings me to another question.

As you all know the Tundra has one of the lowest Payload Capacities in its class. Does lifting the truck (and changing the suspension pieces) theoretically increase payload capacity?

TIA,
~Andy
I think the payload is limited by the axle not the suspension.
 

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here is the ready lift installed

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I think it's pretty nice. 18" rims with larger tires right? Did you see any drop off in performance or the way it handles? The tires seem to fill out the wheel wells nicely. I'm not a tire expert by any means but that's another 2 inches of tire right?
 

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I think it's pretty nice. 18" rims with larger tires right? Did you see any drop off in performance or the way it handles? The tires seem to fill out the wheel wells nicely. I'm not a tire expert by any means but that's another 2 inches of tire right?
The tires are only 1" wider and 1/2" taller,,,,,,,no performace differance...handles fine ...no differance in ride quality,,,,
 
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