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 Post subject: 2&1/2 inch lift question
PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2020 5:48 pm 
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I was wondering if you guys could help me out. I want to do a small lift on my 2018 fronty. I want to be able to fit some 33s eventually. But i don't want to spend a grand if i don't have to. My wife won't like me for it. Do i need new uca's? Or can I just get a bolt on kit for like 200$ without damaging my truck.

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 Post subject: Re: 2&1/2 inch lift question
PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:44 am 
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Hi! You are a prime candidate for a PML (Poor Man's Lift). This is usually a front coil spacer and extended rear shackles. If you don't do a lot of offroading, you don't need to change the shocks themselves. At 2" you shouldn't need new UCAs. If you do end up having coil bucket contact, you can always just grind off a bit of the bucket for clearance or add new UCAs.

Check these out:

http://nissteclifts.com/Top-Plate-Space ... p_392.html

https://www.prgproducts.com/product-pag ... ft-package

Both Nisstec and PRG are super helpful both by email and by phone. Good luck!

Oh, and for the record, you can fit 33's with no lift at all. Just Google "Frontier Melt Mod"


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 Post subject: Re: 2&1/2 inch lift question
PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:14 pm 
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BostonX wrote:
Hi! You are a prime candidate for a PML (Poor Man's Lift). This is usually a front coil spacer and extended rear shackles. If you don't do a lot of offroading, you don't need to change the shocks themselves. At 2" you shouldn't need new UCAs. If you do end up having coil bucket contact, you can always just grind off a bit of the bucket for clearance or add new UCAs.

Check these out:

http://nissteclifts.com/Top-Plate-Space ... p_392.html

https://www.prgproducts.com/product-pag ... ft-package

Both Nisstec and PRG are super helpful both by email and by phone. Good luck!

Oh, and for the record, you can fit 33's with no lift at all. Just Google "Frontier Melt Mod"
Awesome,i think i fit that profile perfectly. I hate spending money but want top quality products. Thank you.

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 Post subject: Re: 2&1/2 inch lift question
PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2020 2:14 pm 
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redrob2177 wrote:
BostonX wrote:
Hi! You are a prime candidate for a PML (Poor Man's Lift). This is usually a front coil spacer and extended rear shackles. If you don't do a lot of offroading, you don't need to change the shocks themselves. At 2" you shouldn't need new UCAs. If you do end up having coil bucket contact, you can always just grind off a bit of the bucket for clearance or add new UCAs.

Check these out:

http://nissteclifts.com/Top-Plate-Space ... p_392.html

https://www.prgproducts.com/product-pag ... ft-package

Both Nisstec and PRG are super helpful both by email and by phone. Good luck!

Oh, and for the record, you can fit 33's with no lift at all. Just Google "Frontier Melt Mod"
Awesome,i think i fit that profile perfectly. I hate spending money but want top quality products. Thank you.

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Just avoid Calmini, if they're even still in business. And don't buy the ebay crap. It's terrible. Here's another choice, Rough Country though I have seen no reviews from Xterra/Fronty owners. That being said, I love their light pods

https://www.roughcountry.com/nissan-sus ... 4wd-568202


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