Readylift kept the rake I was looking for.

Discussion in 'Member Builds' started by YEMX1988, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. YEMX1988

    YEMX1988 Active Member


    2.25 in front
    2.0 block in rear
    576 Fuel Assault rims
    Toyo Open Country R/T
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  3. VBTacoma

    VBTacoma Well-Known Member

    Truck looks awesome!
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  4. Default User

    Default User Active Member

    Looks sweet!
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  5. jhouston

    jhouston Active Member

    Looks great. I've been watching the threads about spacers lots of folks don't like them but I think they are fine as long as the dealer installs them. They know the trucks. So, how has the experience been so far, which kit did you use for the front and rear (modle/sku). They have a 2" and a 2.25 I think.
    Appreciate the feedback.
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  6. jhouston

    jhouston Active Member

    By the way I'm thinking of going 265/75/16
  7. OP

    YEMX1988 Active Member

    Only issues I’ve had is all the complements lol! Seriously though I’ve had zero issues, love the ride I would change a thing!
    Don’t know sku’s but go to readylift’s web site and you will find what your looking for! Good luck! I did a lot of research before I pulled the trigger on anything!
    enjoy and remember it’s your truck do what you want not what everyone else does!
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  8. jhouston

    jhouston Active Member

    Did you have your speedometer recalculated. With your 18s yours will sit up about 2 inches higher than mine will. Did you do it yourself. Correction. 1 inch.
  9. OP

    YEMX1988 Active Member

    Had a buddy of mine do the lift he has a YouTube channel! BigFrogs4x4 look him up, videos of all the mods he’s done for me! As for speedometer, I compare it to my Waze app and it’s 1-2 mph difference.
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  10. Bojangles

    Bojangles Well-Known Member

    The flaws are in the kit, regardless of installers.
    Thats like saying in order for my tv to work, i need to have the manufacturer plug it in

    You also realize many dealerships send vehicles to offroad shops to install lifts, rims, tires, steps, covers, etc right?
    Same with tint and other things.

    My buddy is a store manager at a well known shop and has contracts with a few dealerships doing upgrades on lot trucks.
    Last edited: Aug 3, 2019
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