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RideHigh24

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Hello everyone. I'm new to the group so hope I didn't miss this question anywhere else. I just purchased a '24 LT Trail Boss a couple of months ago. I switched out the tires to 285/65/20s. LOVE the truck. One thing I'm toying with is leveling the front. I had a Tundra and lifted rear and leveled front and love the look. To me it really changes the stance and look. But, my Tundra was a '13 so relatively straight forward. My question is has anyone just lifted the front only to level the truck? I'm concerned because of the headlights, sensors, cameras, etc. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated!!!
 
The vast majority only lift the front to level our trucks. Only those that want to retain a little rake will utilize a new rear lift block to raise it an additional 1”. Just make sure you get new UCAs since the stock ones are essentially at their limit with the factory lift.

Only thing you would need to do is adjust your headlights which is simple and you should have no issues with cameras or sensors.
 
The vast majority only lift the front to level our trucks. Only those that want to retain a little rake will utilize a new rear lift block to raise it an additional 1”. Just make sure you get new UCAs since the stock ones are essentially at their limit with the factory lift.

Only thing you would need to do is adjust your headlights which is simple and you should have no issues with cameras or sensors.

Thanks! Yeah, I'm just looking to level but wanted to be clear so I wouldn't get too many responses for an all around lift. Any suggestions on new UCAs?
 
Hello everyone. I'm new to the group so hope I didn't miss this question anywhere else. I just purchased a '24 LT Trail Boss a couple of months ago. I switched out the tires to 285/65/20s. LOVE the truck. One thing I'm toying with is leveling the front. I had a Tundra and lifted rear and leveled front and love the look. To me it really changes the stance and look. But, my Tundra was a '13 so relatively straight forward. My question is has anyone just lifted the front only to level the truck? I'm concerned because of the headlights, sensors, cameras, etc. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated!!!
You're running the 285/65-20s without a level now, any rubbing?
 
You're running the 285/65-20s without a level now, any rubbing?
None whatsoever. I have the Falken Wildpeaks AT3Ws. I thought about going with same tire in 35x11.5 but my tire shop couldn't find any in warehouses and shipping was going to be $$. I'm close to UCA but I probably could have fit the 35x11.5s.
 
Perfect timing, I was just logging on to look up this exact same thing.

I’ve never leveled a truck but I’m getting a slight rubbing when cranking the wheel all the way with Nitto Ridge Grappler 305/55R20 tires. I’m thinking I’d only like to do a 1.25” front kit, is that possible?

My only hesitation a having to adjust the headlights. I’ll try and look around to see if I can find instructions.
 
Thanks! Yeah, I'm just looking to level but wanted to be clear so I wouldn't get too many responses for an all around lift. Any suggestions on new UCAs?
Will just depend on your preference or overall budget, but the popular ones are…

ReadyLift
Dirt King
Cognito
Zone Offroad
Rough Country
 
Perfect timing, I was just logging on to look up this exact same thing.

I’ve never leveled a truck but I’m getting a slight rubbing when cranking the wheel all the way with Nitto Ridge Grappler 305/55R20 tires. I’m thinking I’d only like to do a 1.25” front kit, is that possible?

My only hesitation a having to adjust the headlights. I’ll try and look around to see if I can find instructions.
I believe and again I just got the truck but I think there drop from rear to front is 1.5" It seems like most of the kits are that. But 1.25" would probably be about perfect for the look. For the Tundra I looked at sites and forums forever so knew all the ends and outs. My rake was more than just about any other Tundra. Even though there was not going to be any off-roading, some were like you should go with spacers and others swore that spacers were evil and wanted me to go with a complete lift for $$$$. But when it came down to it one guy said what he was going with and it made perfect sense. Since I had almost 100K on the truck, I put new coilovers (springs and shocks) and it gave me actually a little bit over 3" in the front. That was several years ago. This summer I put on new rear shackles just to lift the rear a little bit Then totaled the truck a few months later.

You'll be amazed at what level will do. My opinion is that it totally changes the look. You can have 2 identical truck parked along side one another, one stock, one leveled, and it's night and day in my eyes. Crazy
 
Will just depend on your preference or overall budget, but the popular ones are…

ReadyLift
Dirt King
Cognito
Zone Offroad
Rough Country

I've seen the kit from Rough Country. Will have to look at the others. Thanks!!
 
1.75" Ready lift with UCA....
22x10 -18 285/55/22
 

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Hello everyone. I'm new to the group so hope I didn't miss this question anywhere else. I just purchased a '24 LT Trail Boss a couple of months ago. I switched out the tires to 285/65/20s. LOVE the truck. One thing I'm toying with is leveling the front. I had a Tundra and lifted rear and leveled front and love the look. To me it really changes the stance and look. But, my Tundra was a '13 so relatively straight forward. My question is has anyone just lifted the front only to level the truck? I'm concerned because of the headlights, sensors, cameras, etc. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated!!!
 
I leveled my 2022 redesigned , went with 2" kit with new uca's . I didn't screw with readjusting headlights and seems fine passed state inspection without any issues
 

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