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RBP 6 in. Suspension Lift Kit w/ Fox Shocks (16-19 4WD Tacoma)

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    Features & Details

    • Six-Inch Suspension Lift Kit
    • Gives Extra 6 Inches of Ride Height
    • Comes With (2) FOX Shocks
    • Uses Ductile Iron Steering Knuckles
    • Includes (2) Rear Lift Blocks
    • Comes With Spring Spacers
    • Fits 18-Inch Wheels and Up to 35-Inch Tires
    • Doesn’t Accommodate Factory Tires
    • Made in the USA
    • Sold as a Kit
    • RBP’s Limited Lifetime Warranty Is Included
    • Compatible With 2016-2019 4WD Toyota Tacomas
    Impressive Ride Height and Off-Road Handling. With the 6-inch Suspension Lift Kit with FOX Shocks from RBP, your 2016-2019 4WD Toyota Tacoma’s performance will significantly improve. Thanks to the added 6 inches of ground clearance this lift kit provides, you can easily overcome the most difficult off-road challenges like a pro. Plus, this lift kit is comprised of high-quality components, so you can expect that this kit will remain durable - no matter the weather or environment.

    Two FOX Shocks Included. Instead of including RBP’s shocks, this particular 6-inch Suspension Lift Kit comes with (2) FOX Shocks. FOX Shocks are widely known for their proven damping technology, which allows the shocks to provide on-road ride and predictable off-road handling. With that in mind, it’s certain that your Toyota Tacoma will be able to drive through a variety of off-road conditions easily.

    Features Premium Quality Steering Knuckles. The steering knuckles included in RBP’s 6-inch Suspension Lift Kit are made out of ductile iron. Each knuckle is also designed to be compatible with your Toyota Tacoma’s factory ESC. With that said, RBP’s steering knuckles will enhance your truck’s handling so you can overcome difficult off-road obstacles with confidence.

    Makes Your Front and Rear Ride Height Match. RBP’s 6-inch Suspension Lift Kit with FOX Shocks comes with (2) rear lift blocks. These blocks are made from high-quality materials and are held in place by well-constructed U-bolts. This allows the rear lift blocks to keep your Tacoma at a level stance, even if you’re driving through rough roads.

    Must Be Installed by an Expert. It’s highly recommended to have your preferred mechanic install the RBP 6-inch Suspension Lift Kit with Fox Shocks for you. This lift kit is difficult to install by yourself, especially since minimal welding and frame bracket modification are required.

    Includes RBP’s Limited Lifetime Warranty. RBP’s 6-inch Suspension Lift Kit with FOX Shocks is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. It’s the customer’s responsibility to check with his or her local dealer for warranty coverage before installing this suspension lift kit. This warranty also has a number of exclusions, so please visit RBP’s website to know more.

    Application. This 6-inch Suspension Lift Kit with FOX Shocks from RBP fits all 2016-2019 4WD Toyota Tacomas. However, this kit doesn’t accommodate your vehicle’s factory tires.

    Fitment: 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

    MPN# RBP-LK411-60FS

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

    What's in the Box
    • (2) Spring Spacers
    • (2) FOX Shocks
    • (2) Rear Lift Blocks
    • (1) Crossmember
    • (2) Steering Knuckles
    • (1) Skid Pan
    • Installation Hardware
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