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I will probably end up with the levelling kit
My sales rep said if they install it will not void factory warranty
Pretty easy looking install but might be worth having dealer do just to not screw up warranty
 

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Ready Lift also has a 1.5 inch front levelling kit available now. Still no info on the Toyota TRD lift kit, what it comes with and how much it will cost. No other real suspension lift options. I can’t go with these spacer lifts or the Westcott preloaded collar lift because I have too much permanent weight in the back with a GFC. And 285/70/17 tires that I want look crammed in the wheel well with no lift :(
 
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Ready Lift also has a 1.5 inch front levelling kit available now. Still no info on the Toyota TRD lift kit, what it comes with and how much it will cost. No other real suspension lift options. I can’t go with these spacer lifts or the Westcott preloaded collar lift because I have too much permanent weight in the back with a GFC. And 185/70/17 tires that I want look crammed in the wheel well with no lift :(
I’m assuming you meant 285x70x17? I have 285x70x17 now on my second gen but plan to go 35’s when I get my Trailhunter assuming it’s as easy to fit as I think it will be.
 

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Which is a better design?

Ready Lift or Rough Country?
 

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I put the RC front 1.5” leveling kit on mine. Easy to install and looks good. I did have it aligned afterwards to insure it was good
 

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Peak Suspension had a couple different options as well for levelling and suspension kits. I don’t think they’re in stock yet though.
 

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Now that the trucks are hitting lots and manufacturers are starting to release products, curious to see what everyone is going with.

Options out for now, I'll update this as more options become available:

Leveling Kit:
Rough Country 1.5" Front Leveling Kit (looks to be in stock)
ReadyLift 1.5" Leveling Kit


Lift Kits
Westcott 2.5" / .75" Lift Kit (Pre-order for march)

I got below link from a Lift professional, saying that leveling are notorious for putting abnormal angles on your front end and cause premature wear to suspension and drive train.


https://accutuneoffroad.com/articles/spacer-lift-vs-preload-spacer-vs-coilover-preload/


Levelling or not ?
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