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I just ordered 1.5" lift stuff from PRG to install on my 2019 Pro-4x


Front shocks will be set at 1.5" with stock springs. I intend to keep the overload leaf on. I just installed an ARE camper shell and that seemed to have brought the rear end down a bit. I will also be building a bed drawer to use to keep camping/hunting gear organized, which adds some weight. I like to have a bit of rear rake--that's why I'm keeping the overload on to start with.

So, after it gets here and I get it all put on (hopefully in next few weeks) I will post before and after pictures.
 

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I think that’s a good call leaving the overloads on. My truck came with the topper and is a 2012 so I’m not sure how much it has settled over the years but it’s almost even with the Front..sorry I had mistakenly put rear.
 

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The ARE she'll will be negligible, the drawers might lower it slightly

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Do you have a camper shell on your truck? I have put a camper shell on all three of my nissan trucks, and all three have made the back end drop some.
 
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