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Old 02-20-2021, 08:21 PM #1
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Want a little more height

Hey guys, have 19' TRD Off Road, currently just have bilstein 5100 all the way around with 285/70 17 Cooper at3. I can't remember exactly what I have the bilsteins set at, basically the setting so the truck sits level. Was hoping to just get a little extra height, would spacers be the way to go to achieve that?
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Bilstein 5100s are designed for up to a 2 lift.

If you are still running the stock springs, the cheapest solution would be spacers. The better, but more expensive solution, would be new springs all around.

I have a 4th gen (2004) with the Toytec/Bilstein 5100 lift kit, and it gave me a 3 lift (2 with taller springs and the extra 1 from spacers) in the front and 2 (with taller springs) in the rear. It now rides level, and on 33 tires. It also has a 1 Toytec body lift. A pic of my current setup is in my signature. I used to have a 2.5F / 1.5R spacer lift (no body lift) that I was happy with, but my 16-year-old stock springs were worn out, so I got new shocks and springs all around and did the body lift in 2020. I am very happy with my current setup.
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