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hi,have a 2012 sv crew cab
want to do a lift of 2-3 inches and a frt winch bumper
what would be a reconmendation?thanks
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Re: lifting 12 frontier

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Yes buy prg if you want to spend to much money, wait forever to get the product that you long ago payed for, then get the product with missing or incorrect parts, then wait for a coulle of months to get an email responce from greg, then wait another couple months to get the replacement parts. .

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hi,have a 2012 sv crew cab
want to do a lift of 2-3 inches and a frt winch bumper
what would be a reconmendation?thanks
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A stiffer spring up front with 5100 shocks. AAL or new leaf pack for the rear.

FWIW - the sticky on suspensions will help a lot.

Since you mentioned a winch bumper I would presume you have off road intentions, so you may want to add skid plates as well, at least on the T-case and oil pan/front diff. In that case I'd recommend getting a new upper control arm and an extended travel front strut.

If you are still on stock tires I'd recommend putting money into tires first.

2008 SE 4WD, Crew Cab, Long Bed; Leer 180 Cap, 2" Receiver hitch, Trailer wiring in bumper. Cooper 245/75/16 M&S (Winter). Cooper 265/75R16 ATP (Summer). Full set of Hefty skids, TJM Coilover w/HD spring, SPC upper control arms and 2" rear add a leaf plus 1" block. TJM extended travel rear shocks. Pyle backup camera wired to a Pioneer radio.
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Yes buy prg if you want to spend to much money, wait forever to get the product that you long ago payed for, then get the product with missing or incorrect parts, then wait for a coulle of months to get an email responce from greg, then wait another couple months to get the replacement parts. .
Yes, buy PRG if you want the best products for your truck. buy PRG if you only want to buy a lift once. Buy PRG if you want a lift that'll not only give you lift at the stiffness you want while increasing your suspension travel.

I agree there was a slight delay with my PRG stuff but I stayed on top of Greg and got what I wanted from a knowledgeable vendor. If you look around the board, PRG products are all over the place.

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Yes, buy PRG if you want the best products for your truck. buy PRG if you only want to buy a lift once. Buy PRG if you want a lift that'll not only give you lift at the stiffness you want while increasing your suspension travel.

I agree there was a slight delay with my PRG stuff but I stayed on top of Greg and got what I wanted from a knowledgeable vendor. If you look around the board, PRG products are all over the place.
you realize PRG is a reseller of products for the most part? Radflo, Bilstein, etc. The only proprietary parts he carries are the spacers (sold by many places for much cheaper. A spacer is a spacer) and UCAs (other reliable brands sold by other companies).


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