When Toyota got into the full-size truck market with the T 100, they changed the game completely. Now they have their latest option out, the 2022 Toyota Tundra. We were extremely excited about getting our hands on this new Tundra. In our first 24 hours, we outfitted it with our 1.75” leveling kit and added Fuel wheels with 295/60R20 tires. The kit comes with two laser-cut steel spacers that have been powder coated and welded together for lifetime durability. It also comes with all the required hardware for a simple bolt-on installation. The 1.75” kit brings the factory stance where the nose is low up even with the rear, setting you nice and level. This also allows you to run larger, more aggressive tires and completely changes the look of the base model Tundra.
That doesn’t even scratch the surface. We’ve been measuring and 3D scanning and have so many accessories planned for the new Tundra that they won’t even fit in the bed. The leveling kit, wheels, and tires, really set this Tundra off, and it looks great. So, if that’s where you would want to stop, it would be just fine. But we have other plans in store for our beauty.
The next evolution in altitude for our Tundra was adding the 3.5 lift kit. This is a simple bolt-on, no-cut kit that you can install in your garage at the house. It brings the front up 3.5” and the rear up 2” to give you a nice level stance. The kit includes strut spacers for the front, coil spacers for the rear, and upper control arms to keep the alignment within spec. You will also have differential drop brackets to keep the front CV axles at the perfect angle and a rear track bar bracket to ensure the rear axle is centered. Our heavy-duty skid plate will make sure the undercarriage and differential are protected. While this 3.5 lift kit is a step above our 1.75 kits, it is still far from the final form for our Tundra.
The 2022 Toyota Tundra is already looking like it will be a great platform for lifted trucks and off-road enthusiasts, so stay tuned as we update you with more information on what’s available and how you can get your hands on one. In the meantime, let us know in the comments what kind of lift kit or accessory you think would work best on the new Tundra!