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Hey all, I am in search of a suspension shop in Denver metro. I'm just replacing the OEM Bilstein gear, only looking for a couple inches at most. This is a highway truck 95% of the time. The tentative plan is to buy an Old Man Emu front/rear kit from Nisstec for ~$1,100, then have another shop install.

My preference would be to buy components from the installer with the hope that they build in their markup into the entire job price, but I know Nisstec is the first choice of many (and they're local).

Any recommendations for shops to call and get quotes from would be appreciated!

Thanks, David

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Have your tired Nisstec. According to their website, they are what you are looking for:

Nisstec is a full service Nissan and Toyota off-road install shop, offering the following services;
Lift and leveling kit installs, Shocks and Struts, Bumpers, Sliders, Skid Plates, Off-Road lighting, Gears and Lockers, Bullydog tuners, Shock rebuilds, onborad air systems, air bags, and minor fab work.
We offer very competitive rates and take great pride in our work which is backed by a lifetime warranty. Give us a call today to schedule your next install.
 

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What’s up fellow denverite? Curious too if anyone had good recs on shops around town. Not doing anything yet but for future reference it would be nice to know who’s good and who is not.
 

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I usually do suspension work myself, but I have had Nisstec do some work on my truck (when I was tracking down a squeak on my T-Swap). They were really helpful and honest with what they had done and were reasonable on pricing. They are the Nissan suspension experts (at least in CO) and have done countless suspension installs on Frontiers, so I would trust them more than anyone. I would give them a call as opposed to using the website.
 
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