Ships Between 1/22 - 1/24
- What Do You Drive?
- Style:Without Shocks
- Part #:KT09115BK
- Kit Includes:
- 2 Front Black Strut Spacers
- 2 Rear Black Coil Spring Spacers
- 4 Bump Stops
- 4 Shock Boots
- Wheel alignment is recommended after install
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Daystar Comfort Ride Lift Kits Part #KT09115BK Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Sean H (HAMPTON, VA) — Jan 23, 2014 7:30 AM
This is a fairly simple way to level out the front of the truck without impacting the ride. Installation wasn't too bad - it makes a good weekend project. My only complaint was that diagrams/pictures that came with the instructions weren't that good, but there are plenty of instructions on line that made up for it.
Reviewed by Eddie T (Portsmouth, VA) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota 4 Runner — Dec 13, 2012 11:58 AM
Reviewed by Sean D (IMPERIAL BEACH, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota 4Runner — Jul 13, 2012 3:43 PM
This kit has great value, installl directions for the front are OK. But, if you google search for better tips and tricks it will make the process much faster. Be sure to buy ratcheting wrenches if you are planning to do the install yourself.
Reviewed by Brock E (San Tan Valley, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota 4Runner — Mar 25, 2012 10:50 PM
Reviewed by Charles M L (Charlottesville, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota 4Runner — Dec 16, 2011 1:23 PM
After hitting a deer, who's horns carved out the right corner of the front bumper on my girl's 4Runner, I decided a grill guard was in order. A little more protection might help prevent spending another $1000 bucks to her insurance company. I didn't want to add 60+ pounds on it's already smooshed down looking nose. So the leveling kit seemed a good cheap alternative to a full suspension mod. Concerns about Xreas shocks and changes in the vehicle's dynamics and ride were foremost. I'm happy to report the Toyota rides great, just a little bit stiffer maybe. The handling is very nearly the same as stock. The truck looks the way Toyota should have made it. When her tires wear out (it's gonna be awhile, they're new Michelins) I'll go up one size in aspect ratio (65 to 70) since they'll fit, and that'll give it just a little more ground clearance. No real issues on the install, but it's tedious and time consuming when you've just got a floor jack, a good spring compressor, and no air-power. A good repair shop could knock it out in a couple of hours if you can afford it, took us six. Be sure to get a alignment afterward. I installed a diff drop kit just to be on the safe side. Overall... well worth it.
Reviewed by Chris L (Weston, FL) — May 19, 2011 10:17 AM
Install took me a total of about 8 hours. I split it up into two days. This is a two man job. I highly reccomend air tools. I used a hand socket wrench to take of most of the nuts and it was near impossible. It looks good afterwards and it is the best deal for a lift for this truck. But installation is very hard, make sure you know what youre doing before you start.
Reviewed by Matthew M (USAF Academy, CO) — Sep 24, 2008 5:55 AM
The components for this kit were great, they fit exactly and I have every confidence they won't give me any problems. The installation instructions, on the other hand, could have been better. If you don't have the X-REAS system you've got nothing to worry about. If you do, you'll probably have to take off the front sway-bar entirely. Then, have a friend help you push the lower A-arm out of the way. Or you can just disconnect the X-REAS system, but I don't like disconnecting things if I don't have to. You'll also want a mallet to break the ball joint loose, a breaker bar, and ratcheting wrenches if you can get them.