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Mammoth 2-Inch Front Leveling Kit (07-21 Tundra)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey, guys, I'm Eric with ExtremeTerrain. In this video, we're gonna do a quick review and install of this Mammoth 2-inch Front Leveling Kit for all 2007 and later Toyota Tundras. Now, this kit's really gonna be ideal for the Tundra owner out there who wants to take the factory rake out of their truck stance and maybe add a slightly larger tire size. Now, what do I mean by factory rake? I'm talking about that slightly nose down leaning forward kind of stance that most trucks come with from the factory. And that is mainly to compensate for what most truck owners do, which is load up their bed with cargo that's gonna weigh down the back end. So, to prevent that from sagging when you are loaded up with cargo, they kind of put in that factory rake. However, if that's not a concern for you when you wanna level out your truck stance, this is a very affordable way to do that.Now, lift and leveling kits really come in a variety of configurations from the more basic kits like the one we're talking about here today, to the more involved kits that replace everything from struts, to springs, to control arms, you name it, everything underneath your truck. So, really, it really depends on how much you're looking to spend and what you wanna do with your truck. With this kit, you should have no problem fitting a 33-inch tire on your Tundra. Now this spacer kit from Mammoth is made from CNC machined aluminum, with a black anodized finish. It definitely falls into the more basic category. Now, the upside to that is price. This kit currently comes in just under $100, making it a more affordable way to get that lift in your truck. Now, as far as the installation goes, guys, I'm giving it a very solid two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter.There are some tricky things we're gonna be doing. And, of course, anytime you are jacking up your truck and using jack stands, you'd wanna take precautions to make sure that you're doing that all very safely. But as far as tools are concerned, nothing too exotic. You probably have most of what you need already in your tool chest. So, let's go ahead, take a look at the tools we're gonna use, and go ahead with the installation. All right, guys, the tools we're gonna use for this installation include an electric impact wrench, a pneumatic impact driver, a flat-head screwdriver, a hammer, a pair of needle-nose pliers, a socket extension, a swivel socket, 10, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 22, and 24-millimeter sockets, a pair of hand socket wrenches, a dead blow, and a pry bar.All right, guys, now, once you have your truck safely lifted and supported and tested, make sure it's not gonna move on you, we're gonna go ahead and get started. Basically, all we're gonna do is just the bare minimum of what we need to do to get components out of the way so we can remove our strut and go from there. So, go ahead and grab a 19-mill socket and let's get started. All right, guys, now with your 19-mill socket, we're gonna go ahead and remove this bolt here that's part of our sway bar end link.All right, guys, now we're gonna have to disconnect our ball joint here, but before we can do that, I gotta remove this cotter pin. So go ahead and grab some needle-nose pliers. All right, guys, now you need a 19-millimeter socket for the castle nut here for your upper ball joint. And once you have that loosened, we're not gonna remove it all the way, you wanted a few threads on because we're gonna tap right here with a hammer and see if we can get our ball joint to come loose. All right, guys, now go ahead and grab a pry bar, we're gonna stick it in underneath the hinge pin for our upper control arm. And we're gonna pull down on this to relieve the tension here so we can just kind of take the nut off by hand. All right, guys, now you have four 14-millimeter nuts that we're gonna take off the top here. These studs are holding the top part of our strut in place. These two back ones are probably gonna be hard for you to see. If you're blessed with a relatively clean truck like we are, once you break them loose, you should be able to spin them off by hand.All right, guys, now we're gonna undo the clamp up here that's holding our brake line to the upper control arm just to give ourselves a little bit of slack, use a 10-millimeter socket. All right, guys, now, to get our skid plate off, first, we're gonna go after this locking clip right here and these two bolts. So, just have a flat-head screwdriver, pull this one out. Now, for these two bolts, you're gonna need a 10-millimeter socket. All right, guys, now we have three more bolts that are kind of recessed up in these holes, here, and here, and one on the back. You're gonna need a 12-millimeter socket for those.All right, guys, now last one so you have all that hardware removed, go ahead and push up on the front and to the left. A couple of recessed hooks up top there that are kind of snagging the front end of your skid plate on. All right, guys, now we're gonna use a 24-mill socket here just to loosen up this nut and we're gonna do the same thing for the other bolt that's holding the bottom of our control arm to the frame. We're just gonna loosen them, we don't wanna remove them. All right, guys, now we're gonna remove this nut here. That's the bolt that's holding on the bottom of our strut to the control arm. You're gonna need a 22-millimeter socket for this. All right, guys, now go ahead and remove the bolt. All right, guys, now we have that lower bolt out, you should be able to lift the strut up a little bit to get it unseated down below, drop it down a little bit, and we're gonna pivot it out the top and pull it out.All right, guys, now we have our factory strut out on the table here, we got our new spacer block. This is gonna go on over top of studs like that. And then we're just gonna use the factory nuts to tighten down and attach, and then we're gonna use the hardware included in the kit. Once we get the strut up inside, these bolts are gonna come down from the top, through the top of the shock tower bracket into our spacer block here, and that's how it's gonna get mounted up. So, right now, go ahead and get these started. And to tighten these up, use a 14-millimeter socket. All right, guys, now we have our spacer block mounted on the top of our strut, so let's go ahead and put it back in place. Guys, now we have a bolt started there, let's get the other ones started.All right. Now, using our floor jack, we're going to lift underneath the lower control arm and raise it up just enough so that the holes line up with our control arm and the bottom strut. It's a little snug, guys, you might have to tap it in a little bit, use a dead blow if you need to. Throw the nut back on. Just have it hand tight for now, we're gonna raise the lower control arm up a little bit more and tighten up our bolts up top. All right. To tighten these up guys, we're gonna use a 16-millimeter socket,All right, guys, now we're gonna continue to raise this up so we can reconnect our turning knuckle to the upper ball joint. All right, guys, now, as you're lifting the lower control arm, make sure you're not lifting off of your floor jacks. But once you get it up close, feed in the ball joint into the spindle here, and pull it down with the pry bar, and get your castle nut there. All right, guys, now go ahead get your factory bolt for your sway bar end link, let's get it in there. All right. Go ahead and tighten it up using a 19-millimeter socket. All right. Now we're gonna retighten the bolts for our lower control arm that we loosened earlier. Again, a 24-millimeter socket for these. All right. Now we're gonna retighten the bolt that's attached to the lower end of our strut using a 19-millimeter socket. All right. Now we're gonna retighten our castle nut here on the top of our steering knuckle using a 19-millimeter socket. You just have to make sure that you have a gap there that you can put your cotter pin through. All right. Reinsert the cotter pin. All right, guys, now we're gonna reattach the bracket that secures our brake lines and tighten it down with a 10-millimeter socket.All right, guys, everything we just showed you on the driver side front there, go ahead and repeat that on the passenger side. And once you're all done with that, we can go ahead and replace our skid plate. All right. Once you got it lined up in the front here, guys, go ahead and take one of these bolts and we're gonna start it back here. Okay. And for those bolts, guys, they were 12 millimeters, now go ahead and grab these bolts. These are 10 millimeters. And be sure you don't over-torque these, guys, because you're drilling a steel screw into plastic. And replace your pop clip.All right, guys, that pretty much wraps up the installation. Just a couple of things to remember, make sure you're torquing everything to spec. And it is recommended that within 500 miles that you get a 4-wheel alignment done on your vehicle. And that, of course, is anytime you have any steering or suspension work done. All right, guys, that wraps up this look at this Mammoth 2-inch Front Leveling Kit for all 2007 and later Toyota Tundras. And, of course, for all things Tundra, keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features

      • 2-inch Front Leveling Kit
      • Corrects Factory Rake for a Level Stance
      • Increases Front Ground Clearance
      • CNC-Machined Aluminum Strut Spacers
      • Black Anodized Finish
      • Straight Forward - Bolt-on Installation
      • Fits 2007-2021 Toyota Tundra Models

      Description

      Removes Factory Rake. The Mammoth 4x4 Leveling Kit will not only increase the ground clearance of your Tundra, but it will also raise the front end by 2-inches to eliminate the original factory rake. This Kit will level out your Toyota Tundra for a more aggressive, ground paving appearance.

      Quality Construction. These Mammoth 4x4 Strut Spacers have been CNC-machined from aircraft grade billet aluminum for superior strength and durability. Mammoth 4x4 then completes their Leveling spacers in a durable black anodized finish for good looks and long lasting corrosion resistance.

      Straight Forward - Bolt-on Installation. Mammoth 4x4 designed their Front Leveling Kit to be a straight forward bolt-on install with no cutting or drilling required. With all the necessary hardware included, this Leveling Kit can be installed in about 2 hours time.

      Application. This Mammoth 4x4 2.0-inch Front Leveling Kit is specifically engineered to fit 2007-2021 Toyota Tundra models.

      Mammoth 4x4

      Fitment:

      Mammoth TU1460

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (2) 34mm Thick Spacers
      • Bolts
      • Lock Nuts
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      Customer Reviews (5)

        Reviews of Mammoth Suspension products have an average rating of 4.6 out of 5

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