2013 SR5

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I hear yah on the "truck" word. It is really the same as a Tundra, just more soccer mom friendly. Regardless of what people say, I like the versatilty of being able to haul lots of gear, or carry lots of people.
 

2GSequoia

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I hear yah on the "truck" word. It is really the same as a Tundra, just more soccer mom friendly. Regardless of what people say, I like the versatilty of being able to haul lots of gear, or carry lots of people.
I couldn’t have said it any better myself. It definitely ticks all the boxes. ✔️
 

2GSequoia

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I love the look of your tree! Do the 5100s provide a lift?
Thanks! The 5100s have three different height settings in the front and no lift in the rear. The rears do provide 2" of additional travel though allowing you to run a rear spring spacer. At the time i just had it at the lowest setting and now im at the top setting about 2.5" of lift and i used a proline 2" rear spacer giving about 2.75" of lift. I will post updated pics soon.
 
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That looks nice! I have a similar build under the Rev-Tek label & the Bilsteins. Kept the OEM wheels due to the nature of the sometimes abusive & narrow trail rides. 275/70R18 KO2 load ranging E tires fit perfectly, drive/tow well & deliver in the deep soup, snow, rocks & sand. Also added BudBuilt skids from engine to transmission. They were well worth the investment. IMG_20180304_133357730.jpg