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There are some easy and affordable ways upgrade the performance of your Toyota Tundra' suspension, including using air suspension kits, shock absorbers and lowering kits. Improving your suspension can give your car's ride a whole new feel, allowing you to customize the Toyota to your own suspension preferences and the journeys you make. At CARiD, we make it easy for every Toyota Tundra driver to get the suspension gear they want, with our excellent range of products from leading names in car suspension like Energy Suspension, Prothane, Daystar, Pro Comp, Competition Engineering, Eibach and ReadyLIFT. This means you can shop with confidence for your new Toyota suspension gear at CARiD!

Whatever the products you are looking for to get the ride quality you need from your Tundra, you will find them easy to locate and order here on our easy to use website. Whether you want a sway bar assembly, a camber alignment kit, or great new Toyota Tundra bushings, you'll find them in our range. We offer these fine products, designed especially for the Tundra, at the very best prices available online, and couple them all with our unbeatable customer service. Why not choose yours and start seeing the benefits of better performance right away!

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    • ReadyLIFT® Suspension Lift Kit
      (14 reviews)
      # sp716
      Suspension Lift Kit by ReadyLIFT®. Lift your vehicle - whether it’s just a mild leveling kit or a full-on 5” lift - with a ReadyLIFT Lift kit. From mild to wild, ReadyLIFT has a kit for your truck that lifts it while retaining...
      $8.95 - $2,229.95
    • Daystar® ComfortRide™ Lift Kit
      (10 reviews)
      # sp938
      ComfortRide™ Lift Kit by Daystar®. Whether you want to raise just the front of your truck to offset a slant-nose factory design or bring both the front and rear up equally, Daystar offers durable polyurethane spacers and bushings...
      $27.58 - $499.95
    • Air Lift® Load Support Air Springs
      (7 reviews)
      # sp1609
      Load Support Air Springs by Air Lift®. Load Support Air Springs are sets of two adjustable secondary air springs that help existing springs maintain a level ride, proper handling, and safety when weighed down by heavy loads. For...
      $87.68 - $497.00
    • Hellwig® Pro Series Helper Springs
      (4 reviews)
      # sp3749
      Pro Series Helper Springs by Hellwig®. This is a set of secondary helper leaf springs that add 2,500 pounds of load support while providing the quietest ride possible. Pro Series adds polyurethane cushioning blocks (sold separately...
      $156.18 - $287.20
    • Belltech® Lowering Kit
      (23 reviews)
      # sp3099
      Lowering Kit by Belltech®. Belltech lowering kits give your vehicle an aggressive look while retaining factory ride quality. Kits include Drop Ball Joint, Drop Spindle, Rear Aluminum Lowering Blocks, and Rear Shackles. Kits for...
      $53.60 - $1,403.39
    • Bilstein® 4600 Series Shocks
      (34 reviews)
      # sp4269
      4600 Series Shocks by Bilstein®. Bilstein 4600 Series Shock Absorbers and Struts are designed specifically to help your stock height truck, van or SUV reach its pinnacle in ride performance and handling, while still providing the...
      $62.67 - $371.37
    • Skyjacker® Softride™ Lift Kit
      (0 reviews)
      # sp4254
      Softride™ Lift Kit by Skyjacker®. Now is the time to find your definition of style and performance. Skyjacker® suspension lift kits have all the options built-in, whether you are looking for performance, quality, or innovative...
      $289.31 - $2,363.07
    • ARB® OME Suspension Systems
      (5 reviews)
      # sp3877
      OME Suspension Systems by ARB®. Old Man Emu suspension systems include carefully matched spring and shock combinations engineered to improve vehicle ride, handling and control under various loads.
      $6.65 - $1,446.85
    • Air Lift® SmartAIR™ Automatic Leveling System
      (0 reviews)
      # sp1616
      SmartAIR™ Automatic Leveling System by Air Lift®. This kit includes an air pump, magnetic height sensors, wiring, harnesses, and all hardware needed to inflate or deflate air springs to adjust vehicle ride height. Available with...
      $412.00 - $864.44
    • Air Lift® Wireless Control System
      (3 reviews)
      # sp1619
      Wireless Control System by Air Lift®. These kits include a compact wireless remote control and all the equipment you need to adjust the pressure in two air springs on the same axle. Choose the value-priced Equal Inflation kit that...
      $367.50 - $524.99
    • Bilstein® 5100 Series Shocks
      (56 reviews)
      # sp4272
      5100 Series Shocks by Bilstein®. 5100 Series Shocks by Bilstein®. BILSTEIN 5100 Series Shock Absorbers are designed specifically to help your lifted truck, Jeep or SUV reach its pinnacle in ride performance, while supplying the...
      $72.44 - $207.48
    • Skyjacker® M95 Monotube Shocks
      (3 reviews)
      # sp4243
      M95 Monotube Shocks by Skyjacker®. Is the ultimate shock absorber for light trucks, Jeeps and SUVs. This single tube design helps operating temperatures stay cooler under extreme conditions. The high pressure nitrogen gas and...
      $76.95
    • Skyjacker® NITRO N8000 Series Shocks
      (4 reviews)
      # sp4244
      NITRO N8000 Series Shocks by Skyjacker®, 1 per Pack. Shocks are recommended for full-size vehicles and moderate to extreme off-road applications.
      $47.49
    • PAC Racing Springs® Flat Wire Suspension Spring (PAC-FW-5X2.5X25)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn401351455
      Universal Flat Wire Suspension Spring by PAC Racing Springs®.
      $28.64
    • PAC Racing Springs® Coil Over Spring, 2.5" ID, 8" Tall, 650 Rate (PAC-8X2.5X650)
      (0 reviews)
      # mpn358949161
      Universal Coil Over Spring, 2.5" ID, 8" Tall, 650 Rate (PAC-8X2.5X650) by PAC Racing Springs®.
      $69.00




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    Average rating:  4.5  4.5 - 10 reviews
    3.3 of 5
    Struts
    The product looks good, but poorly put together.
    CPosted by Clement E (Dix Hills, NY) /
    2007 Toyota Tundra
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