$ 298.80

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Applications include: 2005-2015 Regular Cab Tacoma, Access Cab Tacoma, and Double Cab Tacoma.

Allows for up to a 33" Tire with the factory wheels, however most of the time the front mudflap does have to be removed with aftermarket wheel and tire combinations because of different offset.

  • Easy installation with step-by-step instructions.
  • Solid CNC 6061-T6 aluminum spacers with pre-installed grade 10.9 metric studs.
  • Includes skid plate drop spacers and longer-than-factory style bolts.
  • Allows for up to 33” tire with the factory wheels.
  • Front spacers are clear anodized.
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Transform your 2005-2015 Toyota Tacoma! Turn your Tacoma into a head turner and still retain the factory ride. Unlike other lifts available on the market that make you disassemble the strut assembly for installation, this lift kit is designed to fit on top of the strut. Why does Low Range Off-Road do it this way? Because the other lifts can pre-load the spring, making your ride harsher - and they are more difficult to install. Many people who have installed the in-the-strut poly spacers in the past have come to us and asked us why their poly spacers are squeezing out of the strut assembly...its because other lifts aren't designed to take that kind of abuse. You may ask, why doesn't Low Range Off-Road make the spacers out of steel like all other leveling kits on the market? Low Range Off-Road have found that over time, the other "steel" sandwiched/ welded spacers will flex and the steel will rust, and the tolerances on the holes and components are not as tight as Low Range Off-Road would like. Over time, the other lifts would "pop" meaning the struts begin to move on the spacers. Aluminum used as a strut spacer has proven to be the best material because it will not rust and has the best characteristics for a spacer of this size. Low Range Off-Road have done their homework here and come up with an easy to install lift (in 2-3 hrs), with more engineering and components than other lifts have. If you want a quality lift kit, at an affordable price- you have found it.

  • Solid CNC machined 6061-T6 Aluminum Spacers with pre-installed Grade 10.9 Metric studs, and flanged nuts with 14mm head like the factory to ensure that there will be no problems down the road.

This kit is the only kit on the market with a strengthened flange area. Other kits rely on about a 1/8"-1/4" thick mounting area... ours is 1/2" thick solid billet aluminum. What does this mean? That the spacer will not break in two... this is one tough product!

  • 1" Solid Aluminum CNC Machined Blocks, tapered to decrease driveline vibrations in the rear with *NEW* coated Metric sized OEM style U-bolts for corrosion resistance. Included in kit is new OEM Style Flanged Nuts. No changing sockets here, Low Range Off-Road includes only the best components!
  • Differential Drop to keep those Constant Velocity Joint boots from tearing, and keeping those CV Joints from premature wear from the increased angle. Low Range Off-Road has installed other companies' differential drops, and the spacers they include are too long, So Low Range Off-Road came up with the perfect spacer. When too large of a spacer is used, the differential mounting points have large factory washers that will hit the bushing mount on the differential- Causing metal to metal contact. Low Range Off-Road likes to keep everything like it was designed- no noises, no squeaks, no problems. Low Range Off-Road uses Grade 8 or higher Bolts, hardened Washers and flanged nuts for easy installation.
  • Skid Plate drop spacers and longer factory style bolts. Why not include an "off the shelf bolt"? Simply put, when doing routine service, the bolts that are on the from the Factory are a 12mm head. Off the shelf metric bolts have a 13mm head....what the? Plus, the factory bolts make it easy to keep the bolt in a socket, unlike others for easy removal and installation. The bolt also has an extra large flange area to keep the bolt from sliding through the hole on the skid plate.
  • Bump Stop Spacers- Ever seen a coil assembly break near the bottom of the shock absorber? Yeah- its because the shock bottomed out and caused the shock to put all the force of the vehicle AND MORE on the shock body. Low Range Off-Road fixed this by spacing the bump stops, letting the bump stop take the heat, the shock absorber can be run through its full cycle without ruining the shock itself.

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