2 inch Lift Kit with rear coils for 1990-1995 Toyota 4Runner

2″ Lift Kit with rear coils for 1990-1995 Toyota 4Runner

5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


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Product Description


Included in kit:

2″ Lift Front Spacers– CNC Machined From T-6 6061 Aluminum & 2″ Lift rear coil springs. Install Directions.

***NOTE: This is the recommended kit for 4Runners that are lower in the rear due to sagging stock coils.

Fits 4 WD models only, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Toyota 4Runner

2″ Lift Kit by ToyTec

3 reviews for 2″ Lift Kit with rear coils for 1990-1995 Toyota 4Runner

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Great product and great customer service! Requested the 901hd rear springs. Took the squat out of the rear and raised 2 in. Truck handles great! Thanks guys!

  2. 5 out of 5


    Product for 2wd only, front diff drop is req. for 4wd trucks.

  3. 5 out of 5


    Will this work for my 1993 Toyota Hilux Surf LN130?

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Q: How do these lifts hold up off road? Also would it be better to buy the coils in the lift or just buy spacers. My coils are 20 years old and i hit the bump stops a lot offroad.
— Asked by Dakota Thompson on March 11, 2014
A: They do hold up. Also recommend: OME-90954R
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Q: Are any vehicle modifications required with these lifts?
— Asked by Alex on April 23, 2014
A: None required as long it is stock and does not have any other modifications.
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Q: If I installed this lift and needed new shocks anyways, should I but stock shocks or some other extended length? Also what size tire would this lift approx accomodate?
— Asked by Bo on January 16, 2015
A: I would recommend you to get this kit instead: <a href="https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/90-95-toyota-4runner/ome-2-inch-lift-kit-1990-1995-toyota-4runner/" rel="nofollow">OME 2″ lift kit 1990-1995 Toyota 4Runner</a> As far as tire size goes unfortunately we don’t have the answer for that. You can probably go up a couple sizes larger than stock. You should probably get a tire fit test and buy the tires after you install the lift.
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