Our bolt-on bedcage for the 2007-2021 Tundra is an easy way to install bypass shocks on a long-travel leaf spring setup for maximum wheel travel. This fits both double-cab and crew-cab trucks.
We CAD designed the bedcage to bolt together to ease assembly and make it easier to ship. We have the tubing and plate work laser cut and CNC bent for the utmost precision. They are MIG welded in-house, sandblasted then powdercoated in our matte black finish.
We designed the bedcage around using 2.5 to 3.5 x 16″ travel bypass shocks in conjunction with Deaver’s I-96 spring under leaf springs for the proper motion ratios and fitment. You will need a specific bypass tube layout for proper clearances. This yields up to 18″ of wheel travel. It locates off of exiting holes in the frame for proper positioning and only requires you to drill two new 1/2″ holes. We supply all the necessary grade 8 mounting hardware.
We highly recommend a qualified off-road shop installing these race parts. You will need to cut holes in the bed for the bedcage and shocks to pass through. You will also need to cycle the suspension and setup lower shock mounts that will require welding and minor fab work. We do not supply lower shock tabs as these will vary depending on the shock brand and size you’re using. Depending on your shock, wheel and tire combo you may also need 1.5″-2″ hub-centric wheel spacers for added clearance between the tire and the shock.
On double-cab models, because of the different bed length, you have some usable bed space in front of the bedcage, perfect for dump cans, storage bins, coolers, or a jack.
Combine this with our bolt-on air bump mounts for the ultimate rear suspension kit out there.