ReadyLIFT now offers a 2 inch SST Lift Kit for the 2014-19 Toyota Highlander. With increased enthusiasm for outfitting the Highlander, ReadyLIFT has designed the industry's first Highlander-specific SST Lift Kit. This exciting new lift solution is easy to bolt-on and requires no structural modifications. Our Toyota Highlander SST lift kit includes front strut top mount spacers fabricated from heavy-duty steel and protected with a durable powder coat finish. The rear is lifted with heavy-duty fabricated steel spring spacers providing 1.5 inch of lift and includes all necessary brackets and hardware. New rear upper shock mounting brackets are included to maintain shock performance. This Toyota Highlander SST Lift kit ensures the suspension performs and handles properly on the roads or on the trails. The 69-5421 lift kit creates an exceptional improved stance that, when combined with a larger tire, results in increased ground clearance at the rockers.
Allows for up to a 255/70-17 tire on a 17x8 wheel with +38 offset.
The ReadyLIFT Toyota Highlander SST Lift Kit installs in half the time of other kits and retains the factory camber/caster for ideal alignment courtesy of our unique offset spacer design.
Lift kits are vehicle-specific engineered to the highest standards. Offset designed fabricated heavy-duty steel plate top-mount strut extensions maintain factory alignment geometry.Easy, bolt-on installation - no permanent modifications.Delivers increased ground clearance. Allows for increased tires sizes that are ideal for trail adventures. Made in USA.
So far so great!
Thorough instructions included and super easy install. Received two left-hand top shock relocation mounts but was able to press the bolts out and reseat mirrored.
Very pleased with the product and ease of install.
3.0Had this kit installed on my 2019 Highlander
Had this kit installed on my 2019 Highlander about 6 weeks ago, love the looks and ride.... no significant change to fuel mileage either..... I do have one complaint and I’m hoping to get some help from Ready lift or other user/installers. since my install I’m getting a sound coming from the front end at times, when I pull forward them back into a parking space (seems like the sway bar end links are hitting the struts). The problem seems to get worse when I’m pulling my 6x10 trailer seems like the extra weight caused more hitting (example when I’m accelerating, turning backing ect.). Had anyone else experienced this? What had others done to rectify this problem? I love the kit and hate to remove it for something that may be easily rectified. I Live in Phoenix Arizona and see that ready lift is in Henderson Nevada.... I would be more than willing to make the 4.5 hour drive to ready lift and have them look at the problem and see if its something they can do to fix this. I really don’t want to have to remove this kit
from Phoenix AZ
5.0Awesome lift! Whole new look
2020-04-08 day 1 of Install car runs great. No rubbing, smooth on original suspension. There’s a little more wind noise, mostly wheel noise but it’s negligible when music is playing inside.
Day 2. According to the mpg computer gauge I would average 30 mpg to work prior to the lift on stock tires. 24 miles one way. Now with the lift I’m getting 25.6 mpg one way.
27 averaged mpg without lift 9,400 mi; 24.5 mpg averaged with lift after 48 mi driven.
Rims: 17x8 +35 offset
Tires: LT BFG KO2 255 70 17
from Tucson, AZ
FYI, your website says will take 255/70 tire but instructions say 255/65. 255/70 rubs on spring. Great kit otherwise.
5.0Fits great and rides great
Some people have asked if this works with factory wheels. It certainly does work with the 19" on my 2017 Highlander Limited Platinum. Installs and fits great, factory ride quality and peace of mind knowing I've got the best kit made. Will get my 31" wheels and tires on shortly.
from Kansas City, Mo
4.0Good solid lift
Gave me the look and stance that I wanted. The only problem I had with this kit, the sway bar linkage had very little clearance and would rub or hit the McPherson strut.
Method rally 17x8 +38 offset
Bfg ko2 LT 255-70-17
from San diego
5.0Good kit so far
I installed this on a 2016 Toyota Highlander LE with KMC KM708 17x8 +38mm offset wheels, 255/70R17 KO2 tires, Moteki 12mmx1.5mm lugs. Installed with 1 jack and 2 jack stands in less than 6 hours, but the car was down for 3 days due to end links (see below). The instruction manual has some unclear areas. 1) Pg 11 "Loosen but do not remove the front lower control arm at the subrame" - this bolt is not reachable with regular tools unless parts of the subframe are removed, so I did not loosen it and suffered no ill effects 2) Pg 11: Not 100% clear you have to remove the factory isolator and place it between the spring and the spacer. An open-ended torque wrench is required for proper completion of this job. The highlander had 60K miles. The front sway bar end links were a challenge to remove/reinstall due to rust; the front ones had to be cut off. I recommend buying an entire new set of 4 end links before starting this project, because the rear ones are not a common replacement item at automotive stores; then just return them if you don't use them. Alignment took 30 minutes. Overall, the kit is great. NO rubbing in any condition. 17 MPG after install (but running at 44 PSIG). Car drives over 100 MPH safely and high speed/off pitched corners fine. Last comment: get tires mounted/balanced after you install the lift kit, with the car on site, then get it aligned after, if possible. Let the mounting shop spec and install new TPMS sensors. Downsizing to 17" wheels leaves a tight space between caliper and wheel, and the weights initially rubbed till I had the shop move them further out. ...The highlander now has REAL all season tires and has already dominated 2 snow storms, with many more to go. This is the first time in 60K miles I actually look forward to driving the car :)