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Old 09-11-2009, 05:12 PM
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Do i need a leveling kit?

Hey im putting 35 12.5 20 toyo mts on my truck i want to know what leving kit i need if needed. and if i do what brand is good to run with a 780 pound plow?
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Old 09-11-2009, 05:57 PM
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bumped up come on i need this help.
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I have readyLift's leveling kit and it claims to clear 35s with minor modifications. The inner fender (plastic) needs to be "pulled back" by owner fab'ed metal pieces.
Looks like its going to be awfully tight though. I've heard 325/60/18 (34.5) will clear better than 35s.
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I have readyLift's leveling kit and it claims to clear 35s with minor modifications. The inner fender (plastic) needs to be "pulled back" by owner fab'ed metal pieces.
Looks like its going to be awfully tight though. I've heard 325/60/18 (34.5) will clear better than 35s.
I don't want to mislead anyone... I still have stock rims and tires and have not personally mounted 35s or the 325/60s
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If you are gonna plow with it get the Icon kit
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but isnt the icon kit for a 250 i cant have it sag that much.
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Old 09-11-2009, 06:34 PM
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250 and 350 use the same kit
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Old 09-11-2009, 06:36 PM
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but a 350 have stiffer srpings plus i have the plow pack coils i just cant have it be softer.
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830 bucks for icon. no way i can swing that.
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but a 350 have stiffer srpings plus i have the plow pack coils i just cant have it be softer.
A 350 doesnt necessarily have stiffer springs. The spring rate will have no effect on most leveling kits anyway. Call Truck toyz and talk to them
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