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#1 (permalink) Old 08-05-2008, 10:09 AM
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Pics of my 05 frontier lowered finally!





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DAMN.....FINALLY... YOU MASTER NISSAN TECHS SURE ARE SLOW......



THE PRECEEDING WAS ALL SAID TONGUE IN CHEEK AND A BIG GRIN ON MY FACE YOU CANT SEE ONLINE
THAT LOOKS GREAT...ONE DAY ILL POST PICS OF MY SLAMMED SUBURBAN...BUT YOU KNOW US JAG MASTER TECHS ARE PRETTY SLOW TOO

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would love to see that suburban

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that ***** looks tight man, if I was 2wd I would do it

do u have any bigger pics?




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looks good man

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that's not my style, but I have to say it looks real good!


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not really the style i like but surprisingly i think that looks pretty sweet. good job

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It is dropped 5.5 inches all around. Rear axle has a custom DIY flip kit. Bumpstop brackets cut off in front. Coils cut down about 2.5 inches. Not gonna lie it rides like **** in the front, the rear is like stock. I am not driving it because the upper arm is too close to inner fender right now. I am working on getting my spindles dropped to fix the ride quality in the front. The spindles will give me decent alignment and much better ride. Will try to use xe springs with the spindles and see how low that is, hopefully won't have to cut down the xe springs. Gonna air bag it eventually so I need the spindles, possibly a-arms to lay it out anyway. Will keep you all posted!

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Lookin good bro. Do you plan on having new spindles made or a section removed from the factory ones?


Click Below for Pics of my Lowered 06 Frontier. Plenty of detailed pics on lowering the new frontier. If you have any questions feel free to ask.

http://s186.photobucket.com/albums/x251/lowmaz/
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looks sick!

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