2" Rough Country Front Leveling Kit

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by Toyo Rosso, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. Toyo Rosso

    Toyo Rosso Member

    Does anyone have an opinion on the quality of Rough Country front leveling kit. Does installing a 2" front leveling kit create an issue at some point down the road, with regards to front end or handling.
     
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  3. lcarrasco212

    lcarrasco212 Well-Known Member

    Get ready lol
     
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  4. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Junk Country. Go with at least 5100s.
     
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  5. bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    On my stock sport suspension, the rear was 36.5 inches and the front was 35.25. Measured center on the wheelwells. A diff of 1.25 inches. I dont see how a 2 in spacer would level it. Just my $0.02.
     
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  6. Scuzzy

    Scuzzy Well-Known Member

    Don’t do it unless you add extended bump stops. Spend the cheddar on better coilovers.
     
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    Toyo Rosso

    Toyo Rosso Member

    My front on center measures 34.5, and my rear measures 36.5, that is the 2" difference.
     
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    Toyo Rosso

    Toyo Rosso Member

    I am new to this, are 5100 just some type of an upgraded shock?
     
  9. bumpedmyhead

    bumpedmyhead Well-Known Member

    The 5100s are adjustable front shocks, for leveling. Most will say they are better than stock, and better to lift with shocks than spacers.
     
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    Bogunn Well-Known Member

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