Reviewed By Erik L (Tucson, AZ) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tundra —2/8/2012 8:14 PM
I was able to install these springs myself after a lot of trial and error. Before attempting to install these yourself you need to make sure you have a nice floor jack that can go up to at least 20 inches. I had to use my factory jack because my crappy little Wal Mart floor jack would not raise high enough to reach my frame rails. A good set of jack stands and a couple of large (6") C-clamps are also a must have. The hardest part for me was getting the center tie bolt to fall back into the spring perch on the axle. Make sure you have both sides loosened so you can wiggle the axle back and forth. In the end I figure it probably raised by rear end by 1.5". Looks great and even rides a little better on the rough stuff.