I wasn't aware that most LT kits compromised street performance. Seems like steering geometry should be easy to fix...?Ive been playing awhile now with this thing and its finally time to step it up to where i knew i should go i the first place but tried to put it off as long as i could tolerate. I am going to keep it streetable. This is to say- there are some very sweet LT suspension kits in this Tundra market that would be AWESOME to run, but there is common consensus that these kits do not maintain a very street friendly drivability. All to do with the steering geometry and behavior on pavement. I almost went there, then common sense and practicality grabbed me and knocked me back to reality. So, what am i talking about? Real world truck use. I Daily Drive my rig. Uniball UCA joints maintain street drivability. More on this later, I'm sure there will be some opinions on this. >
I have a question about your old setup, as I'm planning some wheel/tire/suspension upgrades. As I recall you have 35x12.5 MT ATZs, on 9" rims with +18mm offset? Did your front tires fit under the fender at full compression?