Pro Comp 1″ Rear Lift Block & U-Bolt Kit for 1995-2015 Toyota Tacoma, Tundra 1999-2015


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Pro Comp 1″ Rear Lift Block & U-Bolt Kit for 1995-2014 Toyota Tacoma, Tundra 1999-2015

Part Number: EXP65151 / 65151

  • Block With U-Bolt Kit
  • 1 in. Lift
  • Incl. Block
  • U-Bolt
  • Hardware

Pro Comp Lift blocks are tapered in order to improve vehicle driveshaft angles. Kit includes 2 Cast Iron Riser Blocks, 4 U-Bolts, 8 Heavy Duty flat washers, and 8 Hi-nuts.

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    1. 0 votes
      A Please specify what u-bolts you need in the order notes
    2. 0 votes
      A the 2'' add a leafs will be enough to have it aligned or even the rear 0.5'' higher - will depend on your constant load and other suspension parts condition
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      A We do not know how much lift you need to level your exitsting setup. 1.75" Sounds about right, but what we always recommend is taking current measurements of the front fender to wheel and rear to see how much lift you need to level.May try useng the 3rd clip for 1.75'' (if you have stock front coil springs and if you ordered the Bilsteins with the regulated height clip).
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      Will not be needed if you have the Crew Cab V6 engine model (they have more weight on the front axle then the regular cabs 4cyl models and so the front sits slightly lower),
      Also the front and rear lift difference will depend on if you often carry lot of weight and on your rear suspension condition.
      We recommend to install the front lift first, and take measurements after that.
      You may need only couple or only one of: plates. If your rear will be too low - then you may use blocks or add a leafs - depending on if you ride empty or often carry much heavy stuff.

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