So it wasn't the spindle.. it was that your bumps are not set up right? Shorten your bumps, and make sure they hit the strike pad.
quoted before you change your story..The bumps blasted a hole in the lower arm and that made the coil bind witch broke the shock mount witch broke the spindle.
so i need new lowers now too.
Going to Titan hubs, and putting Chevy axles in the 9" so it will all be 6 on 5.5.. but you are 2wd so he can make them with what ever hub you want.are you keeping the the frontier hubs Mustard?
how many inches are they piviot to piviot?
I know stock titans are 20" and shortening them any would not be a good idea, if any thing they need to be longer to keep you from running out of upper arm on droop(aka camber in at droop). The geometry on the frontier fails in that the upper arm piviot is too high and the upper arm is too short.
so with that beeing said, you would actually want the spindles to be taller than stock to correct the geometry and enable you to have more droop travel. ( if you can even acomplish that with stock bj's)
yes they push the wheels out an inch.On another note, do spindles make the front wheels stick out farther than the back wheels? Ive looked through EVERY spindle lift thread and still cant tell.