2021 Tundra TRD OR standard cab. I am build #1308 which is still slated to be done in March. I am going to pick up my camper before I do anything to my truck. At this point, its 100% stock. The purpose of the truck is essentially an ultimate family rig. We live on the Central Coast of CA and will be using the truck for camping (obviously) in national forests throughout the country. I hunt each fall across various western states and we go to baja a lot to surf/spearfish year round. While we will spend a lot of time offroad, we wont be doing anything crazy. The goal is to run the truck until it dies, which hopefully is 20+ years. That being said, I dont want to put excess stress on the trans by putting a big tire on, and not interested in any body mod. I dont feel that we have any need for a long travel kit etc. Here’s what I am thinking for our “mods”
Deaver 1.5" Rear lift leaf spring replacement kit: https://sdhqoffroad.com/products/07-current-toyota-tundra-2wd-4wd-1-5-rear-lift-leaf-spring-replacement-kit (would this stiffness be ok? honestly not even sure if I am looking at the correct leafs)
Method 703 wheels: https://www.methodracewheels.com/products/703-method-bronze
BFG ALL-TERRAIN T/A KO2 - SIZE: LT285/70R17: https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=BFGoodrich&tireModel=All-Terrain+T%2FA+KO2&partnum=87R7KO2RWL
Bilstein 5100’s with a front lift of right around 2".
My questions to all of you (which thanks for taking the time to read this far) are:
- For what we are going to use the truck for, what are your thoughts?
- GFC recommended Deaver, and I know many of you do as well, but I am hoping to have a level truck with the above setup (or even the back slightly lower) once the camper is on/all said and done. Will this be accomplished with this setup? If not, which Deavers would you recommend to achieve this? I dont wan’t an ass in the air rear end.
Thanks in advance!