The Toyota Tundra is one of the most popular off-road vehicles, and the redesigned Tundra left plenty of room for the aftermarket to help take the platform further. King Shocks has released three-inch shock packages for the front and rear of 2022 and newer Toyota Tundras.
King’s 3.0 IBP front coilover is packed with features and is 100 percent bolt-on with over 35 percent more wheel travel than the factory shocks. The coilover is adjustable for ride height and will allow the Tundra to clear a 35-inch tire.
The large 3.0 diameter shock bodies increase fluid capacity for smoother, cooler running shocks. King’s 3.0 IBP Internal Bypass coilover shock delivers precisely tunable velocity-sensitive and position-sensitive damping and a hydraulic bump stop in a bolt-on monotube shock. King’s monotube design uses a full-diameter piston and standard, full-size valving.
This shock is built from the same quality materials and to the same precise tolerances as King’s top-of-the-line Pure Race series shocks. King has done extensive dynamometer lab testing and punishing real world testing to develop the optimal damping curves and spring rates for your Tundra.
To match the front of the truck, King offers a 3.0 IBP rear shock with over 30 percent more wheel travel. The rear shock packs all the same features as the front and is larger than most other rear shock packages for the Tundra.
Both of the shocks King offers for 2022 and newer Toyota Tundras feature external finned reservoirs that dramatically increase fluid capacity and heat dissipation and provide sustained damping performance even under the most punishing conditions. King’s all-new threaded end cap design with new Schrader valve protective cap.
The shocks come standard with King’s 2.5 Wide Range Compression Adjuster, allowing precise compression damping adjustment to refine your ride quality further. For more information on the Toyota Tundra shock packages or to find a kit for your vehicle, be sure to visit King Shocks’ website.