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4.5" Lift Kit - SuperLift - 2007-2018 Toyota Tundra 4WD

  • $1,299.95

Dying to add HEIGHT to your Toyota Tundra?

Check out the supercool 4.5 inch lift kits for 2007-2018 4WD Tundra models!

Superlift know what you want. With their offroad experts, they have built to die for 4.5" Lift Kits. Superlift’s Suspension Lift Kits have a strong, modern die-formed design constructed of solid steel giving your truck a strong suspension.

Superlift Suspension intentionally over-builds our suspension kits to be the best. Our uniquely engineered design adds strength and durability and has bonus features that others do not offer. The 4.5-inch lift kit for the Toyota Tundra is a complete replacement knuckle kit.

Part No: K963 Lift Kit includes:

  • Front knuckles
  • Front strut spacers
  • Lower control arm cross-members
  • A rear block kit
  • And rear shocks

All required parts are included to make sure your Tundra handles and performs in all conditions.

Features of the 4.5 inches Lift Kit:

  • Adds clearance up to 35” diameter tires
  • Ductile Iron Steering Knuckles
  • Full “Belly” Skid Plate.
  • HD Outer Tie Rod Ends
  • Rear lift is achieved with Block & U-bolt Kit
  • Levels the truck front to rear
  • Comes complete with rear Superlift shocks
  • Fits 4WD
  • Backed by our Limited Lifetime Warranty

Lift Kit Benefits:

  • Retains OEM caster and camber alignment specifications
  • No excessive ball joint or steering components
  • CV axle angles are in the stock parameters
  • Maintains stock like ride quality and handling

Important Things to Note:

  • Does not fit Tundra Models – TRD Pro, Rock Warrior, Or XSP-X Models

  • Will NOT work on 2016 TRD Pro (Bilstein Piggyback Strut) Models

  • Cutting and Drilling is required

  • Cannot run the factory 18” wheel

  • Aftermarket 18” wheels require at 5” or less back spacing.

  • See Recommend tire and wheel combinations

  • Do Not combine with any other suspension lift

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