Leveling Kit

I added them to mine because at full droop stocks contact the spring. Just had mine installed last week and so far I'm liking them and the height adjustability.
What height did you set yours to? Looks great. I am wanting to go with a 295/70/18 and different wheel. Any issues you forsee?
 
I need to recheck after driving for a bit but I'm around 2 1/4" maybe a hair under (6 threads showing from the top) No issues with those tires plenty of guys are running those. When I wear mine out I'll be stepping them up.
 
Doug,
Thanks for the explanation & pic. Yep, I was thinking the same thing about the “must have” cam set & conflicting info🤦🏻‍♂️ Just another way for someone to get money out of me… This helps a lot & I will do some more homework until the install on Thursday. Thanks again 🍻
Any update on getting those adjustable bolts or not? I have the 2.5" spacers sitting in the garage but was looking through some comments about those bolts and wondering how your situation has played out.
 
Shadow Fox,

I went with the cam set & after 20K of which I would say about 2K varying types of off-road between fire roads & some Baja whoops, I have never knocked my truck out of alignment yet. In my opinion, worth the money!
 
Hi all, I had Vertex coilovers instead upfront yesterday. As expected the intended 2" leveling kit was able to lift the tremor's front end by about 1.5", which is what I was hoping for. The shop did realignment for me and asked me to come back in a month to recheck alignment, giving the new springs some time to settle.

While I'm getting used to the slight change in the truck's stance, I'm wondering if I should have a dealership realign my cameras as well? Thanks in advance for any feedback.
 
Hi all, I had Vertex coilovers instead upfront yesterday. As expected the intended 2" leveling kit was able to lift the tremor's front end by about 1.5", which is what I was hoping for. The shop did realignment for me and asked me to come back in a month to recheck alignment, giving the new springs some time to settle.

While I'm getting used to the slight change in the truck's stance, I'm wondering if I should have a dealership realign my cameras as well? Thanks in advance for any feedback.
Yes, it would be a good idea, just to be on the safe side. Some haven't had any issues other's have had some minor issues.
 
Forscan has among its service options something that says it can recalibrate the cameras without the alignment mats. Mine are off just enough that it's worth trying but not making the time for. Going to try to try it soon and will report back.
 
Forscan has among its service options something that says it can recalibrate the cameras without the alignment mats. Mine are off just enough that it's worth trying but not making the time for. Going to try to try it soon and will report back.
I'd be interested in how you do this and the results. I have to take mine in for service next week and was going to have them check the cameras since I raised the front.
 
Forscan has among its service options something that says it can recalibrate the cameras without the alignment mats.

It can do the Lane Centering calibration, but I thought you still needed FDRS for the 360 Camera calibration (which doesn't need that mats anymore, just a lined parking lot?
 
Having read the past ~10pages on thread, wanted to pass by group for consensus-

Ready to bump truck from stock Grabbers to 35's (285/75/18), and still deciding between Toyo A/T3, Nitto Recon, or Falken A/T3. With offroading occasional these days and relatively tame, what size spacers should I be looking at, for clearance up front? 1.5" kit (1" pucks)? Thanks
 
1.5 to 2.0" some of the guys who have recently swapped from spacer to coilovers might have one for sale slightly cheaper than you can buy them for outright.
 
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Just did leveling on my '22 Tremor, with simple puck spacers from Amazon ($37) to add 1-1/2" up front.

Now measures 40-3/4" front fender edge vs 42-1/4" back fender for 1-1/2" Rake remaining.
 

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Just did leveling on my '22 Tremor, with simple puck spacers from Amazon ($37) to add 1-1/2" up front.

Now measures 40-3/4" front fender edge vs 42-1/4" back fender for 1-1/2" Rake remaining.
Perfect, looks great! I went with 2.5" spacer and I am at 41.5" front & 42.25" back, looks level ( only about 3/4" rack ) and I have about 120 pounds of work stuff in the bed or more at any given time.
 

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Anyone running King coil overs or Fox? Just curious how they are and how much they actually lift the tremor
 
Anyone running King coil overs or Fox? Just curious how they are and how much they actually lift the tremor

Search is your friend.

 
So there I was, perusing Icon's site to see if they have done anything specifically for our trucks and to see if they've updated a spring for mine....
The tremor is no longer listed as compatible with the 2.5" cdcv coilovers. So I called Icon to see what their guidance is.
Sales rep: they fit, deal with it. When I asked if they would provide me a written exception for support and warranty, she said "you can try to ask that via email"

There was a time that Icon was a good company with good products. Now, not so much.

Too pissed to write more, right now.
 
So there I was, perusing Icon's site to see if they have done anything specifically for our trucks and to see if they've updated a spring for mine....
The tremor is no longer listed as compatible with the 2.5" cdcv coilovers. So I called Icon to see what their guidance is.
Sales rep: they fit, deal with it. When I asked if they would provide me a written exception for support and warranty, she said "you can try to ask that via email"

There was a time that Icon was a good company with good products. Now, not so much.

Too pissed to write more, right now.
I was originally going to go with Icon everything, but had friends tell me their stuff leaks and the customer service was shit. So, like most on here, I called them asking similar questions before the Tremor was ever even added and got the same crappy service you described here.

Now, I've never personally used them, but heard they had a good rep (prior to asking friends about them for this truck). Now, I would never consider them for any part of my build. I am very disappointed in how they handle themselves even with something as simple as questions.

There are better companies to give your hard earned money to imo. I'm sorry you had a bad experience and hope you can still get what you're looking for.
 
So there I was, perusing Icon's site to see if they have done anything specifically for our trucks and to see if they've updated a spring for mine....
The tremor is no longer listed as compatible with the 2.5" cdcv coilovers. So I called Icon to see what their guidance is.
Sales rep: they fit, deal with it. When I asked if they would provide me a written exception for support and warranty, she said "you can try to ask that via email"

There was a time that Icon was a good company with good products. Now, not so much.

Too pissed to write more, right now.
I recently reached out to icon and they responded back that they didn’t have coil overs for the Tremor and that they didn’t have a date or eta if or when they would. Which is weird, I guess they changed their minds
 

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