Like I said in my earlier post, stick with a coilover setup in the front. You can adjust the amount of lift that you want and level it better that way. I wouldn't do the spacer lifts. When I had my Tacoma, I did a spacer lift as well as others in our club and they will sag your stock coils in no time and then you are back at square one. If you use a coilover and it sags any, all you do is crank it up a little and your done. Plus a coilover will ride like stock if not better and a spacer lift will harden your frontend and have hardly no cushion in it at all. I had the Fabtech Performance Coilovers and they are setup to where you can gas charge the shock when you need to and that saves you from having to get shocks in the future. If I was going to lift my Tundra any, I would either get the ones I had or either the Donahoe's but that is my opinion.:thumbsup: Good Luck!!!