As many of you 4Runner owners know, the 4Runners are notorious for sagging low in the drivers side, often in the rear only, but also in many cases also in the front. In many cases this is even the case in brand new 4Runners fresh off the dealer lot. Some of these spacer combinations will help resolve these lean problems, as always if you have any questions text us at 757-303-8286 or email at CornfedSuspension@gmail.com and we will be glad to help you find a solution for your concern.
1/2" Single side Front only kit for lean correction. $20
This kit is a front only kit.
This kit will include a single 1/4" drivers front spacer that will provide 1/2" of drivers front lean correction.
1" Front only kit with lean correction $59
This kit is a front only kit. This kit is a perfect fit for a slightly larger tire fit like a 265 on aftermarket rims or a 275.
This kit will inlcude a 1-1/4" drivers front spacer (and the longer studs required) and a 3/4" passenger front spacer and is the best option for a mild lift and the needed front end lean correction.
3/4 Front with single 1/2" rear. $69
This kit will include a set of front spacers that will net approximately 3/4" of front lift average. It will include a 0.500 thick spacer to provide 1" of lift on the drivers front and a 0.300 thick spacer to provide 0.600" lift for the passenger front and then a 1/2" rear spacer for the drivers rear to help compensate the rear as well.
1" rear spacers with 1/2" of lean correction and 1/2" front shim. $89
This kit is an option for thos people that already are needing rear lift with shimming and need a small shim for the front as well.
1.25" Dr Front with 0.6" Pass Front and 1/2 single rear $79
This kit is an option for those with the far extreme of 5/8" of Drivers side sag. This with include the 1-1/4" drivers front spacer with the longer studs that are required, and the 0.6" Pass Front and a single 1/2" rear.
0.400" thick rear shim $32
This is a 0.400" thick rear shim, this can either be used by itself, or in combination with a rear spacer, by mounting in between the rear spacer and the rear bumpstop for additional rear lean compensation.