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#11 (permalink) Old 09-10-2008, 05:39 PM
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a stock frontier can host 33's with little trimming, right?
just my opinioin.
Is this right ???
and does a lift F up your warrenty ?

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at the very least, a lift will void you suspension warranty. ask nissan about others, such as drivetrain.

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I have 265/75/16 cooper st tires and they rub the back of the fenderwell at full turn.

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I have 265/75/16 cooper st tires and they rub the back of the fenderwell at full turn.
You really should get that fixed. If you do that in a pot hole you will trim the he!! out of your fender. Better to control the trim, then let the road control it for you!


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So, I have decided for this year to do the 2.5 level kit with the back shackles.

and get a set of 32' timberline's or something around that.

anyone got a pic of a 2.5 lift on 32's? like to see what it looks like.
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Stock NISMO tires are 32's.

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a stock frontier can host 33's with little trimming, right?
just my opinioin.
My wife's truck with no lift and 33's.


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265/75/16's on her now
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265/75/16's on her now
Yes I know what the stock tire size is.

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33's + armor + f/r hydro bumpstop kit = a blast!

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33's at least!!

what kind of Armour ??
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