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Old 02-20-2013, 12:54 PM   #1
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2013 4x4 V6 TRD off road level/lift

I just ordered a 2013 4x4 V6 TRD off road value package & towing package access cab magnetic gray. The truck comes with the 265/70r16.
I wasn't able to see one or see many on the road. I would like to level and raise the truck a little so it still looks ok with the stock tires. I been reading and looking at a few trucks on TW, but i still not sure which way to go without making my truck look stupid. The only thing i am clear on is 5100's on the front.

The rear
Will 5100 in the rear raise the rear?
Or aal 1.5 but i think the 2013 has 4 leafs

any info or pics with the 265/70R16
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Old 02-20-2013, 12:57 PM   #2
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shocks will not raise the rear.

If you do 5100's on the front set at 1.75" you should be very close to level or with the rear sitting just a hair higher than the front.

No need to lift the rear if you are staying with stock tires.
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depends if you get extended 5100s in the rear. get 5100s for the front and set them at 1.75 and a 1" aal in the rear if you dont have the TSB, if you have the TSB leave it alone and just go 1.75 on the 5100s in the front


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5100's don't lift the rear, they are simply shock absorbers. I recently did eibach springs at .85 on my front 5100's and a 1.5 aal. Its pretty level but retains a little rake, we will see how everything breaks in. The front is about 2.7 inches higher. My 265/70 tires look way too small now. Keep the stock height unless you plan on getting larger tires. I plan on going up to 265/75 sometime soon.
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5100 extended length are designed for 3-4" of lift. just make sure you get the non extended length ones
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The rear
Will 5100 in the rear raise the rear?
Or aal 1.5 but i think the 2013 has 4 leafs

any info or pics with the 265/70R16
Better make sure. I have the same truck as you, '13 4x4 OR with factory tow package but double cab, and it only has 3 leafs.
Same color too
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