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So you want to do this



You need this
  • Gnar-tastic 360deg 100% Tig welded UCA
  • Titan LCA that have been plated and the shock mount moved out moved out and inset to get you the most possible sik gnar travel
  • King Coil Overs.. You can’t spell sik without most the letters in Kings.
  • Axles.. You can’t be 4wd without extended axles
  • Light racing bump stops… You can’t say light racing without saying racing… Dude it’s in the name..
  • Wheel spacers… the kits is so sik gnar that is you don’t put on some wheel spacer your wheels are all up your tie rods.
  • Extended tie rods. .. So you wheels have something to be all up in to.

$2800






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How are those Light Racing bumpstops attached, are they weld-on mounts or bolt-on?
 

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Is this the same width as a standard Titan swap?

I'm actually very interested because I have everything else for my Titan swap except for upper LC's, shocks and the tie rod extensions. If this is the same width, I really like the reinforced arms and relocated shock mount point.
 

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What's the offset on the stock Frontier wheels?

I have the tie rods flipped right now for my Calmini kit, which I'm removing... I wonder if there is another way to do it. I don't really want to be 3" over per side PLUS the spacer. That'd be causing some issues with my fenders methinks!
 

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Too cool. Never tried anything so dramatic as a mod before. Will have to think and then beg wife or ask for forgiveness later :laugh:
 

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Still interested, I was waiting to hear about how far out this kit makes you per side. It sounded like 3" for the Titan arms plus another 1.75" for the spacers, but I wanted to make sure.
 

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here is what it look like with stock fenders




but if you jump it with stock fenders your going to have your wheel up in them..

with Hannaman fenders

How much worse will they be up into the fenders than the regular Titan swap? I guess if I have to trim either way it doesn't make too much of a difference. I'm not a big jumper but I'd like to have the ability to without worrying about slicing up my tires or ripping the whole fender off!
 

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How much worse will they be up into the fenders than the regular Titan swap? I guess if I have to trim either way it doesn't make too much of a difference. I'm not a big jumper but I'd like to have the ability to without worrying about slicing up my tires or ripping the whole fender off!
The normal Titan will push it out past the fender. Your best bet is to run glass ether way. Like I said the CST spindle push the 2wd guys out an Inch or 1.5 inches I can remember so this will be close to that. One of them might chime in.
 

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Still interested, I was waiting to hear about how far out this kit makes you per side. It sounded like 3" for the Titan arms plus another 1.75" for the spacers, but I wanted to make sure.
What exactly is it you are trying to achieve with your truck? The ultimate goal? What exactly are your concerns or issues with going with a Titan set up?

All of your questions have been asked AND answered a million times...I figure if you just come right out with exactly what you are looking to achieve/avoid we can knock out anymore questions and get you straightened out.
 

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What exactly is it you are trying to achieve with your truck? The ultimate goal? What exactly are your concerns or issues with going with a Titan set up?

All of your questions have been asked AND answered a million times...I figure if you just come right out with exactly what you are looking to achieve/avoid we can knock out anymore questions and get you straightened out.
Eh, it's tough to say. I drive the truck daily, but when I do off-road it's mostly on the sand dunes. I'm not looking to huck this thing 50 feet like you do, but I want to have maximum travel without doing too much sheet metal work.

It sounds like I'll have to do some cutting either way, no big deal. I was planning to do the Titan swap anyway, but this kit caught my eye. The only thing I was unsure about was the spacers.
 
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