King 3″ Performance Lift Kit for a 2010-2019 Toyota 4Runner

SKU: KN4R10
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King 3″ Lift Kit for a 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Toyota 4Runner

Part Number: KN4R10 (old: KS4R10)

We have put together a complete kit for tackling the toughest trails.  This kit is not a leveling kit, but designed with strength and maximum performance in mind.

Includes:

  • 25001-278 or 25001-243 – King Front 2.5 Remote Reservoir Coilovers (part # changes depending on KDSS options)
    • King’s new line of Original equipment manufacturer, (OEM), shock upgrade kits provide a bolt on suspension system that elevates your on and off-road performance to unmatched levels.  Each kit has been subjected to punishing real world testing to develop the optimal damping curves and spring rates for your vehicle. Built with the same quality of materials and precise tolerances found on our high end race shocks our OEM upgrade kits enable you to  experience the famous King ride quality on your daily driver or prerunner.
  • 25001-279/125 – King 2.5 Rear Remote Reservoir Shocks
    • Measurements: Extended – 24.29″, Collapsed – 15.58″
    • Built with race winning design features our kits come complete and provide simple 100% bolt on installation with no cutting or welding done to your vehicle.
**Add compression adjustability to your front and rear shocks by choosing this option in the drop down.  (Includes King part #’s 25001-278A w/o KDSS or 25001-243A with KDSS and rear 25001-279A/125A)
  •   TAC-DR-05 –
    • Front Differential Drop Kit **Recommended for lifted 4×4 FJ’s and 4Runners
  •  ToyTec Superflex RCC2.0 Rear Coils
    • 2″ Rear Lift “Superflex” coil springs. 10% increase in load capacity/spring rate.
    • These coils are custom made to our specs for a stock like ride and great flex off road With 8 coil winds these rear coils will handle more load without sagging and still maintain a factory like ride.
    • Optional HD Rear Superflex coils offer additional weight capacity.  Recommended 150-200 lbs of constant load for 2-2.5″ of lift.
  • 43006-TTL – Rear 2″ Bump Stop Drops
    • The Toytec Bump Stop Relocation and Extension kit is designed to move your factory bump stop down and to the rear to properly re-align and correct for aftermarket lifts.  It will also extend the bump stop to help keep larger tires from damaging your body and keep the shocks from bottoming out.  They are also designed to move the bump slightly inwards to accommodate larger tires with high amounts of backspacing.
  •  TC 96504 Total Chaos Uniball upper control arms
    • 4130 chromoly tubular upper control arms are 100% bolt on and hand crafted in the U.S.A.
    • CNC machined slug adapters press into the spindle and convert the factory ball joint to a 1″ uniball for added component strength & maximum wheel travel.
    • Total Chaos includes 1″ I.D. uniballs that feature a heat treated stainless steel ball & heat treated stainless steel race for maximum corrosion resistance and component longevity. These uniball’s also features a military grade PTFE woven fabric liner that helps prevent noise.
    • Custom profile upper and lower hi-misalignment spacers maximize droop wheel travel and are machined from heat treated 17-4 stainless steel. The lower hi-misalignment spacer registers into the slug adapter for maximum strength.
    • Upper control arms combined with extended length coil over shocks will allow for up to 1″ of additional wheel travel.
    • Urethane bushings reduce bushing deflection compared to stock rubber bushings.
    • Control arm pivots include zerk fittings to grease the urethane bushings & inner sleeves without disassembly.
    • 2 stage powder coat process includes a durable clear coat to provide a long lasting finish.
    • Complete grade 8 hardware kit is included.

Tire Info:

Q. What size tires can I run on stock wheels with the 3″ kit?
We have not tested every wheel/tire size on these trucks, but 265/70/17 tires will fit the 4Runner on stock wheels.

Q. What size tires can I run on a 17×8″ wheel?
With 4″ or 4.5″ back spacing we have several trucks running 285/70/17 tires, but they may rub on the front depending on wheel width, and back spacing. We do not guarantee any tire/ wheel fitment and recommend you have your tire dealer install and “test fit” any wheel tire combination you are considering

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        A You would be fine with the regular. If you go HD, you'll probably get a little extra lift out of them which will in turn make it look like your rear end is much higher than the front unless you adjust the preload on the coilovers. If you planned on putting on an aftermarket bumper, then I would consider the HD springs. That is unless of course you want the extra lift. You'll likely get close to 3" out of those as opposed to 2" with the regular.
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        A The rear will sit a little higher than the front but when you have gear, it will sag and will be more level. If you really want to level it, you can adjust the preload of the coilovers increasing their ride height or you could add a shim on top of them. If you add a shim, you'll want extended bolts too. Adjusting the ride height too high may cause a rougher ride.
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        A Yes but such coilovers need to be custom built it will take more than 4 weeks
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        A Hello Most likely no There is no section in the specification that describes mounting brackets
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        A You may refer to the similar kit installation instruction * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/BilsteinLifts_SPC-25480_UCAs_fot-Toyota_manual.pdf
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        A Hello If you choose from the dropdown list no KDSS or with KDSS This should solve all your problems.
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        A There is a small spacer in the shock shaft, that when removed, gives you .25" more travel at the shock, which equates to 1/2" at the wheel. This is per Jason Gonzalez, lead sales at King Shocks.
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        A What’s the difference if you don’t mind to explain? I’m just trying to get some infor before making a decision.Thank you in advance.
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        A It's not recomended to have more then 3'' of suspension lift without serious modifications
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        A Yes, it's possible.Do you need font + rear shocks?
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        A Can't say exactly - we haven't tested it by ourselves.Can say that this kit * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-fj-cruiser/toyota-fj-cruiser-2010-2011-2012-2013/complete-lift-kits/2010-fj-cruiser4runner-ultimate-3-inch-lift-package/ * * * will fit the Lexus GX460 - - - This option * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/03-09-4runner/03-09-4runner-rear-lifts/rear-coil-conversion-kit-for-toyota-4runner-lexus-gx470/ * * * may need ordering
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