Give me your hub to fender measurements please!

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I measured couple trucks at a toyota dealership with spacer lifts and love the way they look the front measured 23 inches and the rear was stock 22 inches
So my question is what setups can get me to at least 23 inches up front, i am leaving the rear stock which is at 22 inches now. I do plan on upgrading rear shocks though.

If it helps i have a 2019 tacoma offroad 4x4 and it is my daily driver, thats key since it will see more street than offroad use

The easy solution is add the 2 inch spacer to the stock suspension up front and with the factory 3rd gen 1 inch lift they come with it will give me 3 inches in total and leave me at the goal i want which is what these trucks i saw have but I want performace as well not just the looks

Thinking of Icon Stage 1 or Fox Level 2 or even level 1 since i dont need rear reservoirs
So if you have experience with these please comment!

Thanks!
 

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Are you thinking you pretty much want the front at the same height as the rear so there is no rake? Or are these trucks little higher looking in the front?
 

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Are you thinking you pretty much want the front at the same height as the rear so there is no rake? Or are these trucks little higher looking in the front?

At first i just wanted my front leveled to the back but really wasnt satisfied with the look compared to the ones i saw at the dealership, They do seem alittle higher in the front. Technically they should since they measures 23 hub to center front and the rear was stock (22)
 

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At first i just wanted my front leveled to the back but really wasnt satisfied with the look compared to the ones i saw at the dealership, They do seem alittle higher in the front. Technically they should since they measures 23 hub to center front and the rear was stock (22)
Go with the biltsein setup will do great performance and a far better price I beleive
 

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Mine's an even 22" front and back (measured center of hub to edge of fender). I'm running Camburg UCA with Bilstein 6112 in the front. They are adjustable coilovers I believe max height is 2.5" added lift. I asked the shop to set it level. With that set up if I ever wanted, I could raise it in the front two notches higher. I think the Icon shocks have threaded adjusters which give a bit more adjustability on height options. most manufactures have a max added height the setup can handle listed somewhere. I think stock front is 21" on the off-road trim.
 

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I will measure mine when I get home because I too asked this Q before my lift and still am curious as to most tacos hub to fender measurements. Most people say 23 maybe 24 max but that's pushing it, I like to compare tacos I see in person or pics bc I think mine is near 22.5ish front but the tacos I see seem much higher than if they were just at 23-24. Then again I'm still running stock baby tires so this could play into the mind game where it just doesn't appear the same without the meaty larger tires.

IMO if you're already thinking of a spacer lift, just go with the bilstiens, its basic, cost friendly, still a solid upgrade and lift. Unless you have the money and or do a solid amount of off-roading, which you said you don't, the more expensive sets like king, icon, fox are not necessary.