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Old 03-29-2020, 12:58 PM #1
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2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers

I've already read multiple threads on this but no one seems to link any actual parts. I love the fox suspension right now but just want to run 275s, what front spacers and wheel spacers do you guys recommend? Everything online says "does not fit PRO models".

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Look up Jason Burtman Industries. He is a vendor on this forum and carries them for all the Pros. Although my Pro is a 2018, I went with a 1.5/1Ē setup with 275ís and like it.
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I have them too 2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers. 2/1.5 on 2018 Bilstein TRD pro suspension.


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Right on I checked him out and hes got good reviews. What tires are you guys running on the 2/1 setup? I dont wanna get rid of my TRD rims

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I have them too 2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers. 2/1.5 on 2018 Bilstein TRD pro suspension.


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Will the 2/1.5 setup require bigger shocks than the stock fox shocks in the front? And if so I would probably go with bilestine. Can you link the TRD pro bilestine? 2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers

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I went with the 2/1.5 Cornfed spacer kit on my 2015 TRD Pro Bilstein suspension with 285/70/17 Falken Wildpeak MTís. Had to trim down the fender lip edges with no other modifications done. Once this suspension setup blows out, Iíll probably upgrade to something else, but I expect it will last for years to come.
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2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers

TRD PRO 5th Gen

David @Cornfed is the best!

The 2/1 kit are listed for the 19/20 with Fox suspension.
I had 2/1.5 on my 19 and it felt good. Stiffened up the suspension a bit. It still was very compliant off road, but felt stiffer on the street (in a good way) with less body roll.

Fast forward to the 2020...
Installed the 2/1 kit on my 2020 TRDP.
The front feels stiffer than the 2019. Maybe because the 20 has different valving. At times the rear appeared to be slightly lower.
I have since installed a 1.5 spacer and like the way it looks better.

With 2/1, 285/70/17.



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Will the 2/1.5 setup require bigger shocks than the stock fox shocks in the front? And if so I would probably go with bilestine. Can you link the TRD pro bilestine? 2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers

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If you have 19/20 pro with fox, i believe Burtman makes the leveling kit. Not need to change shocks to the older pro Bilsteins.
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I went with the 2/1.5 Cornfed spacer kit on my 2015 TRD Pro Bilstein suspension with 285/70/17 Falken Wildpeak MTís. Had to trim down the fender lip edges with no other modifications done. Once this suspension setup blows out, Iíll probably upgrade to something else, but I expect it last for years to come.


I had to do small mount of trimming as well as pushing the liners forward. The trimming is not visible unless you look for it.

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I had to do small mount of trimming as well as pushing the liners forward. The trimming is not visible unless you look for it.
I used rubber automotive door edge guards to cover the trimmed edges on the fender. Looks much cleaner to me. I didn’t have to push the liners forward
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I went with the 2/1.5 Cornfed spacer kit on my 2015 TRD Pro Bilstein suspension with 285/70/17 Falken Wildpeak MTís. Had to trim down the fender lip edges with no other modifications done. Once this suspension setup blows out, Iíll probably upgrade to something else, but I expect it will last for years to come.
Love the set up! Do you have a link for the bilestines? And I suppose I can re use the same front coils if using different shocks? Oh and last question...link to Cornfed spacer kit? I want to compare prices 2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers

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I went with the 2/1.5 Cornfed spacer kit on my 2015 TRD Pro Bilstein suspension with 285/70/17 Falken Wildpeak MTís. Had to trim down the fender lip edges with no other modifications done. Once this suspension setup blows out, Iíll probably upgrade to something else, but I expect it will last for years to come.

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Love the set up! Do you have a link for the bilestines? And I suppose I can re use the same front coils if using different shocks? Oh and last question...link to Cornfed spacer kit? I want to compare prices 2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers

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Um, why would you replace the Fox with Billies?
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Love the set up! Do you have a link for the bilestines? And I suppose I can re use the same front coils if using different shocks? Oh and last question...link to Cornfed spacer kit? I want to compare prices 2020 TRD PRO Lift Kit/Spacers

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Wait sorry I already have the link to the last question

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Um, why would you replace the Fox with Billies?
Well I dont want to but I thought it was required for the 2/1.5? If I don't, can I still run 285s?

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