2" front spring spacer

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Poser

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A buddy just picked up an '03 Tundra, and says the rear sits two+ inches taller in the rear. He is wondering if there is a spring spacer for the front to level this out.

Anyone?

Thanks in advance.

-Steve
 
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Cornfed Suspension is the best by far. I have 1.5" on top of Old Man Emu Springs. They are made from metal and re good quality.
http://www.cornfedsuspension.com
 
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I did this with some coil over parts, set circlip groove so I have 1" down from standard height adjustment and 2" up from standard, plus I have 60mm lift springs 35% above standard rate fitted with dual batts, hs9500 winch and arb bar fitted.
 
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If your buddy is determined to go with spacers, I second Cornfed, my Tacoma has the 3" Cornfed spacer lift, my only complaint is that it stiffens the ride substantially, other than that it's good stuff.
 

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