Raise your truck and make it more off-road capable with our Tacoma lift kits. The right lift kit will give you more ground clearance to help your truck go over uneven surfaces more effectively. These special kits adjust the suspension and body spacing in order to raise the body of the truck away from the ground further. Different kits offer different amounts of lift, and it's up to you to select the option that will help you meet your goals best overall. You can get help choosing the right lift kit with this guide. With the right kit installed on your truck, you'll have room for larger tires, you'll be able to achieve the custom look that you want, and you can handle more difficult trails and off-road situations.
Get Your Toyota Tacoma Lifted
Our Tacoma lift kits provide between 1" and 6" of lift in most cases. These kits create space in different ways, and they allow different sized tires depending on the kit you select. Make space for between 31-inch and 35-inch tires by choosing a kit that gives you the clearance you need. The kits are separated based on the tire size, so you can choose a kit to help you accommodate the tires you want on your truck. These kits offer some of the following benefits depending on the option you select for your ride:
- Level the front with the back to create a more balanced appearance
- Give your truck a taller stance
- Give your pickup more ground clearance
- Create the space necessary to install larger tires
- Help your truck offroad more effectively
Toyota Tacoma Lift Kits - 1 to 2, 3 to 5 & 6 to 8 Inch Options
When selecting Tacoma lift kits, it's important to consider the options that are meant for your specific model year. We offer Tacoma kits for old models as well as the latest truck years. That means you can get kits that will fit to the OEM shocks, struts, and other sections of the truck with precision. Whether you're getting a 1-inch or 2-inch lift kit, or you want something substantial such as an 8-inch Tacoma lift, you can get a kit that meets your needs by looking through our options.
It's important to note that the minor lift kits that raise the height of your truck by just an inch or two are more affordable and much simpler to install than the more significant lifts are. You'll need fewer components and fewer hours of labor in order to get the kit on and working properly. That's why it's important to select the smallest lift kit you can add to your truck that allows you to accomplish what you want with your truck. Choose a lift that allows you to put the tires on that you want and avoid going with a larger kit whenever possible. Lift kits can impact towing and hauling performance and also affect drive feel and overall handling. The more significant the lift is, the more likely you are to notice side-effects after installing it. That's why it's best to go with the shortest kit you can that allows you to raise your Tacoma to the level you want.
Figure out what your goal is for your pickup truck, and choose a kit that helps you achieve that goal. If you can achieve the lift with simple spacers, you'll save money, and you may even be able to complete the installation yourself. If you need a more significant kit that comes with new shocks, knuckles, and a combination of blocks and spacers, you'll have to spend much more and pay a mechanic more in labor costs to get the kit installed. For some people, the added cost is worth it, but it's only an investment you should make if you know you need the increased lift to accomplish your goals. Choose wisely and enjoy the additional ground clearance you get from your new kit.
- Base, Pre-Runner, X-Runner, SR, SR-5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited, and TRD Pro Tacomas
*Please see product pages for any exceptions.