2003-2019 Toyota 4Runner Full Suspension Lift Kit w/ Differential Drop & Extended Pro Comp Shocks
- 2x Front Lift Spacers
- 2x Rear Poly Lift Spacers
- 2x Front Pro Comp Extended Struts
- 2x Rear Pro Comp Extended Shocks
- Differential Drop Kit
- Installation instructions
Our Pro-Billet series strut spacer lift kits are precision engineered from 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum, then anodized for a superior finish. Billet aluminum is a great material for use in suspension applications as it has an immensely high strength to weight ratio along with a superior level of corrosion resistance compared to many other metals on the market. Unlike steel kits that are cut-out and welded together, our Pro-Billet kits are machined from a solid piece and will not bend or warp under even the most stressful conditions. For applications utilizing larger diameter rear coil springs, we recommend our poly rear lift kit. Injection molded from ultra-high density urethane, and impregnated with special conditioners to never dry or rot. These spacers have proven time and again to provide customers with the fastest, most hassle-free install, while maintaining your smooth factory ride quality .Our Differential Drop Kit is highly recommended for 4WD model 2.5-3" front lift kit. This kit will lower your front differential and reduce the excess wear on CV joints and axles caused from lifting the front of your truck. This is perfect for trucks with lift kits from our Pro-Billet series, as well as with pre-existing coil spring spacer lift kits installed on your truck.
Supreme Suspensions is proud to carry ProComp's upgraded struts series to replace your factory shocks when you install your lift kit. These are top of the line Nitrogen charged struts that are engineered with performance in mind. They are a twin-tube construction with a hardened piston rod vs. the factory single tube construction and contain a 10-stage velocity sensitive valving which provides amazing comfort AND toughness. We guarantee you will notice the difference in performance over your factory shocks.
NOTES: An alignment is always recommended after altering the height of your vehicle.