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Rough Country 1.75-Inch Leveling Lift Kit (07-21 Tundra)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Merideth: If you're in search of an easy and an affordable way to level out your truck that doesn't require modification and will create a better-looking and more functional stance for your 2007 to 2021 Tundra, this Rough Country 1.75-Inch Leveling Kit will be a great kit to check out. Now this will be a great addition to your build if you're taking your Tundra on any lighter trails and want some extra ground clearance out of the front or just want to create a more aggressive stance with a larger tire.Now, speaking of tire size, this kit will fit up to a 33-inch tire on factory 18-inch wheels or any 20-inch wheel with a positive 18 to a positive 20-millimeter offset, so I would keep that in mind when you are upgrading. Not to mention if you aren't a fan of the total nose dive that the factory suspension has to offer when it comes to the rake but you still need a hair for any towing needs, this size level will be a great choice.This kit will be incredibly simple with two front spacers for the front struts and the hardware to bolt them up. Now I would like to mention that these spacers themselves will measure out to 1.25-inch. However, the suspension geometry combined with the spring compression will achieve that 1.75 of inch lift in the front.Now, these will be made out of heavy-duty materials. This is actually gonna be made out of a dense plastic material, which is something that you may not see very often on the site. Most are gonna be made of a steel or metal material or a billet construction. But what I like about these is the fact that this is going to hold up just as well as those metal spacers, but this is not going to rust or corrode over time. Not to mention this is gonna come with everything that you need in the kit in order for a straightforward install. No cutting or drilling is required, and it's even gonna have a frame side stamp to make sure that you're orienting these in the correct way, again, for a simple install.Now this will be an affordable solution to level out the truck at roughly $150. Now, when comparing this to other choices, on one hand, you'll see some more expensive choices that will usually come with either more components that you see here or different solutions to level out the truck, including taller struts for the front. Now, again, you also are going to see some of those metal options, but again, like I mentioned, these are not going to have the ability to rust or corrode, which kind of gives these the one up. Now, overall, if you're happy with your factory suspension and don't wanna get too deep into changing your suspension when it comes to height and other components, this kit is gonna be right up your alley.When it comes to install, like I mentioned, this is gonna be completely bolt-on, so I am gonna give it a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, and it's gonna take you about two hours to get the job done. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown of the install. So, that's gonna wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and jump into it.Man: Tools used for this install, a hammer, large pry bar, small pry bar, a large 3/8 extension, short 3/8 extension, 24, 22, 19, and 14-millimeter sockets, a 17-millimeter ratcheting wrench, 14-millimeter ratcheting wrench, 22-millimeter wrench, 1/2-inch drive impact gun, a cutting pliers, and a 3/8 electric impact gun.Hey, guys, I'm gonna show you how to uninstall and install our front leveling kit here on our 2018 Tundra, so let's get started. So, the first thing we're gonna do on our uninstall is we're going to have to remove our tie rod here to get this out of the way. Once we get that out of the way, we'll come down. We have two bolts down, one holding the sway bar, one holding the bottom of the strut. We have four bolts up top here and two bolts underneath here I'm going to remove that holds the bottom ball joint in so we can just move this out of the way. That'll give us access to remove our strut.So, now the first thing we're gonna do is take a pair of cutting pliers here and just bend this cotter pin and get it to move here. Then I'm gonna put my cutting pliers on, just like that, and we'll be able to grab a hold of it and pull that cotter pin out. We will replace that, put a new one in. So, once we get that out of the way, I'm going to take our 24-millimeter socket here and take our 1/2-inch impact gun and we're gonna remove the nut like that. Once you get the nut removed...And I'm gonna take my ball-peen hammer, give it a smack right there, there we go, and then we'll just get that and hang that out of the way. So, now we're gonna remove our sway bar bolt right here. I'm gonna take my 19-millimeter and my 1/2-inch impact gun and get this out of the way. So, now we're just gonna spin it out and pull that out by hand. That'll get this bolt out.So, next, we're going to take a 22-millimeter wrench, a 22-millimeter socket on my 1/2-inch ratchet, we're going to take this long bolt out here that holds the lower strut in, and then just take my gun, blow the nut off, just like that. Like that. So, there's four bolts up top here, one, two, three, four. Take my 14-millimeter ratcheting wrench and I'm gonna get up here and we're gonna loosen these all the way up, and then the back one, and this one back here. I'm going to back the nuts off all the way except I'm going to end up removing I think two of them. You could probably remove three if you wanted to because we're gonna get underneath and lower the lower control arm down and then it'll just let the strut hang here for now. So, I am gonna remove three, and just let one on with a couple of threads. That way, the strut, when you drop the lower control arm, the strut doesn't fall straight out, has something to hold it up there until you get up and grab it.So, now I'm gonna take my 22-millimeter on my 1/2-inch gun. There's two bolts right here, one here, one here. This holds the lower control arm bottom part with the ball joint in it to the spindle. So, we're just gonna loosen these up and remove them. Same on this side. And now that I got those out of the way, I'm gonna be able to move our assembly here. And now we'll get a pry bar, pry it down, and we'll be able to move our strut out of the way.So, now we have everything disconnected here. We have the sway bar out. This is ready. The bottom bolts are out. Our spindle is just hanging here. I'm gonna take a pry bar like this. I'm gonna wedge it back in here under the lower control arm, and I'm just gonna not slip off like that. Push down and get this out of the way like that. And then once we have it out of the way...again, I only left one bolt holding it in. I'm gonna take this nut, take it off, and remove the strut. And now you're gonna wanna repeat this uninstall on the other side.So, now that we have our strut assembly removed from our truck, we're going to go and install our spacer. As you can see, it says "Frame" on it. What I'm gonna do with that is I'm gonna first install our bolts through it pretty much like that and just sit these through. That's gonna allow us to bolt this up inside the truck. Then I'm going to take this, install it onto our strut assembly like that. So, now we're just gonna take this, slide it in place like that. We're going to take our factory nuts that we took off and get these started on our studs, and then I'm gonna take my 14-millimeter here on my gun and tighten these up. And now we're ready to install this back onto our vehicle.So, now I'm over here at the vehicle. I'm gonna put our strut back in our vehicle. I'm gonna put where it says "Frame" on your plate here. I'm gonna put that towards the back of the truck, or the frame of the truck, I should say. I'm gonna get that up in place. I'm gonna take the nuts that were supplied in the kit and get them started up top here and the two on the back, and we'll put the last one on the back there. And I'm gonna leave them semi-loose. That way I can move this around so I can get it back into the pocket in the bottom. I'm gonna take this long extension now, and we're gonna get it inside here to the bottom of the strut, and I'm just gonna give it a turn so it'll line up when I get it into the bracket here where it's gotta go. That looks pretty good like that.Next, what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna take a big pry bar. The bigger the better. I'm gonna get it in here. I'm gonna push down and get the strut in place like that and hold it there. Once I have it there, I'm gonna keep that pry bar on it and I'm gonna use the pry bar to start this bottom bolt. If you can't get the bolt started like that, what I'm gonna do is take a smaller pry bar and get in here and I pull down on this and push this where it's got to go so it lines up like that. And now what I'll do is take my ball-peen hammer, tap it in.So, next, I'm gonna take my 22-millimeter and my 22-millimeter on my 1/2-inch impact gun, and I'm gonna tighten this up. I put the nut on the back of it. Now we have that tight. So, now I have my jack under. I'm just jacking up on the support here. That's probably good right there. And we have this sitting on and this went right up in there. We're gonna take our two bolts, put them back in, get them started like that. I'm gonna take my 22-millimeter on these bottom bolts here and run them in. Same with this one. So, now we have the two bottom ones in. We have our strut in. I'm gonna put our sway bar bolt in and I'm gonna run it in with my gun here with my 19-millimeter like that.Now that we have those all tight, I'm gonna lower the jack back down. That will allow us to go up top, tighten the three bolts up top, and then reinstall our tie rod. So, now I'm gonna go up top here. We're gonna tighten up the four bolts up here. I'm gonna take my 15-millimeter ratcheting wrench, run these in, and tighten them up. Now we have those four tight, we'll reinstall our tie rod. Now we'll install our tie rod and get that back in place, put our nut back on, take my gun with my 24-millimeter, hit it like that, and put a new cotter pin in. We'll get the cotter pin in where it's got to go. I'm gonna take my cutting pliers, bend the tab on the new cotter pin, roll it back, push it down like that. Now you're gonna wanna just repeat this whole uninstall and install procedure on the opposite side, and you're also gonna wanna make sure that you torque everything to manufacturer spec.That wraps up this review and install of our Rough Country 1.75" Leveling Lift Kit for '07 to '21 Tundras. Thanks for watching, and for all things Tundra, keep it right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features & Specs

      • Front Strut Spacers
      • Provides an Additional 1.75-Inch Front Lift
      • Corrects Factory Rake for a Level Stance
      • Crafted From Durable, Corrosion-Resistant Materials
      • Rugged, Black Powder-Coated Finish
      • Straightforward Installation
      • Comes With a Lifetime Replacement Guarantee
      • Made in the USA
      • Designed for All 2017-2021 Toyota Tundra Models


      Enhanced All-Terrain Dynamics. Keep your truck’s front bumper or subframe from touching the ground during harsh dips by installing the Fabtech 2-Inch Front Leveling Kit. This lift kit lets you experience improved off-road dynamics by enhancing the ground clearance. It also enables you to accommodate bigger tires for more aggressive off-road performance.

      Tough and Reliable. The front strut spacers included in this 1.75-Inch Leveling Kit are made from heavy-duty materials with superior strength and excellent structural rigidity. These components are covered in a protective black powder-coated finish for long-lasting corrosion resistance. With these spacers, your Tundra can handle the most rugged terrains with ease and confidence.

      Straightforward Installation. Designed for a bolt-on, no-weld installation, this Leveling Kit can be installed with the use of basic hand tools. Strut disassembly or strut compressor is not required to complete the installation.

      Lifetime Warranty. Rough Country offers a Lifetime Replacement Guarantee for this Leveling Kit that covers factory defects in materials and workmanship. Some exclusions may apply; please check the terms and conditions for full details.

      Application. The Rough Country 1.75-Inch Leveling Lift Kit is specifically designed to fit all 2017-2021 Toyota Tundra models.


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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (2) Front Strut Spacers
      • (8) Stud Extensions
      • (8) Nylock Nuts
      • (8) Flat Washers
      • (2) Nuts

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