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Teraflex 2 in. Falcon Sport Lift System (05-20 Tacoma)

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    Features & Details

    • Provides 0-2.25-inches Front Lift and 1.25-inches Rear Lift
    • Improves Ride Quality and Stability On Any Terrain
    • Comes With Premium-Quality Front and Rear Falcon Shock Absorbers
    • Includes 1.25-inch Leaf Spring Blocks
    • Bolt-On Installation With Minor Drilling and Cutting Required
    • Covered By Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty
    • Fits All 2005 to 2019 Toyota Tacoma Models
    Improved Ride Quality and Driving Stability. Whether you’re hitting streets or conquering extremely-tough trails, there’s a good chance that your truck’s stock shock system isn’t giving you the comfort or stability you need. Remedy this by installing the Teraflex 2-inch Falcon Sport Lift System onto your 2005 to 2019 Toyota Tacoma truck. With the added lift and the premium-quality Falcon shocks cushioning your every move, you’ll have the ride quality and stability you need to comfortably tackle any terrain.

    Premium Falcon Shocks. Falcon Shock Absorbers are engineered to be some of the finest and most reliable shock absorbers available commercially today. Constructed with only high-quality materials and advanced engineering, Falcon shocks offer improved dynamic roll control, optimized for off- and on-road driving. This results in a dramatic improvement in ride comfort and performance.

    Lift Leaf Spring Blocks. This Teraflex Flacon Sport Lift System includes lift leaf spring blocks, which help add height to your vehicle and give it a level and even appearance. They are made with only the highest quality steel, resulting in superior durability and attractive finish.

    No Welding Required. Teraflex designed this Sport Lift System to be installed without needing any welding, which qualifies it as a bolt-on kit. It should be noted that some minor cutting and drilling is required for a seamless and flush installation. We recommend enlisting the help of a professional in installing this kit onto your truck.

    Covered by Teraflex Limited Lifetime Warranty. Teraflex suspension lift kits and other products sold under the Teraflex name are warrantied to be free from defects as long as the original purchaser owns the vehicle on which the products are installed unless otherwise specified. This warranty does not cover or include product finish, improperly installed or applied products, or products used for racing or competition. Moreover, damage to Teraflex products caused by abuse or neglect is not covered by this warranty.

    Application. This Teraflex 2-inch Falcon Sport Lift System fits all 2005 to 2019 Toyota Tacoma truck models.

    Application Note. Never exceed factory tow/haul ratings.

    Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

    MPN# 08-04-21-400-100

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

    What's in the Box
    • (2) Falcon Leveling Monotube Shock Absorbers
    • (2) Front Progressive Microcellular “Foam” Bump Stops
    • (1) Billet Coil Spring Carrier
    • (1) Injection Molded Spring Isolator
    • (2) Falcon Rear Long Piggyback Shock Absorbers
    • (2) 1.25-inch Lift Leaf Spring Blocks
    • (2) Rear Progressive Microcellular Bump Stops
    • (2) Bump Stop Cups
    • (2) Roost Guards
    • Installation Hardware
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