- Description & Details
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- 2” Leveling Kit - Max Tire Diameter 34”
- Fabricated steel front strut spacers with durable black powder coat finish
- Note: Not for use on Tundra iForce Max Hybrid
- Fits: 2022 Toyota Tundra
- Installation Instructions
295-60R20 with a 20" x 9" wheel and +18 offset
33" Maximum tire diameter
35" on positive offset wheel with trimming.
33x12.50 for no rub on a 9" wide wheel with +25 offset
17" - 33X12.5R17
18" - 305/65R18
20" - 305/55R20 - 33X12.5R20
22" - 33X12.5R22
Tire Size Note: ReadyLIFT wheel and tire fitment recommendations are typically based on Wheel Pros wheels and Nitto tires. Due to product differences among tire manufacturers, tire specifications and dimensions including, but limited to, overall diameter, rolling diameter, tread width, aspect ratio, lug pattern, sidewall construction and inflation pressure, will vary meaningfully by tire and wheel manufacturer. Every tire and wheel combination should be test fit prior to installation. Consult your local installer to learn more about the right tire fitment for your application.
Ride Quality Note: When lifting a vehicle and installing aftermarket wheels and tires, a tire manufacturer's construction and material quality can alter vehicle ride quality. When increasing a vehicle wheel and tire size, most larger aftermarket truck and SUV tires are 10-ply (or more) E tires compared to typical OEM 6-ply C tires. This more rigid sidewall construction increases the perception of suspension stiffness often described as ride harshness. The ride, handling, traction, noise, fuel economy, and wear differences between All-Season, All-Terrain, Mud-Terrain, or Trail-Terrain type tires can be significant. Please take into account tire and wheel choice will generally have a meaningful impact on the ride & handling experience.
NOTE: It is ReadyLIFT's position that our objective is to provide a product that levels the vehicle. Through on-going research, we have discovered that Toyota trucks have a unique pattern of being manufactured and sold with varying degrees of rear to front rake. It appears that many Toyota trucks are not the same height or possess the same rake as the same stock truck sitting next to it. Our research has determined there can be as much as 1.0" difference in rake and ride height from truck to truck. TRD-equipped trucks often have less rake compared to a non-TRD truck. Measurements on some customer's trucks have revealed as much as 1.0" difference in the factory front end.