Q: If I lift the front end of my Tundra 3.5", will it be necessary to lift the rear end as well?

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I placed 22" wheels on my truck after lifting the front end 2" and the tires are still rubbing. If I decide to raise my front end 3.5", will it be necessary for me to lift the rear end of my truck?

My car has 33000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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