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Hello guys. I have a 2016 SV 4x4 and wanted to install a leveling kit on my truck. My dad has an auto shop so installing these will be a breeze.

I am thinking of going with these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/281518420980

Will this make my truck perfectly level? Pros and cons to this type of kit??

Thanks guys I really appreciate it.
 

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Hello guys. I have a 2016 SV 4x4 and wanted to install a leveling kit on my truck. My dad has an auto shop so installing these will be a breeze.

I am thinking of going with these: 2" Front Leveling Lift Kit 2WD 4WD PRO Fits 2005-2016 Nissan Frontier / Xterra | eBay

Will this make my truck perfectly level? Pros and cons to this type of kit??

Thanks guys I really appreciate it.
I've used this same kit and is real easy to install. You will need a 1 inch rear block to level out if not front will be slightly higher. Some have gotten away with out camber bolts to align correctly. Check tire wear any wearing on the outer edge you will need the bolts.
 

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I've used this same kit and is real easy to install. You will need a 1 inch rear block to level out if not front will be slightly higher. Some have gotten away with out camber bolts to align correctly. Check tire wear any wearing on the outer edge you will need the bolts.
Thanks for the reply. Did you have to use the camber bolts? Which rear block do you recommend??
 

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Thanks for the reply. Did you have to use the camber bolts? Which rear block do you recommend??
At first I didn't use the bolts then started getting wear so I installed them. Supreme suspensions has them. There are other ones on ebay as well. You will need longer U bolts.
 

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Do you plan to tow at all? Trucks have an intentional rake to allow for the tongue weight.

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Do you plan to tow at all? Trucks have an intentional rake to allow for the tongue weight.

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Yeah I may tow a small travel trailer in the future. Anyone recommend any better options for a leveling kit?
 

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I'd rethink that as it will affect towing in the future. Your truck will be nose high when tongue weight is applied and steering will be more vague because of it.
I lifted my Jeep a few inches recently and added 35's also but realize it's less stable than it was and drive it much more cautiously because of it.
Towing has its own set of risks so why up the ante? I've towed my trailer from NJ to Florida and back several times, event free but there is a stress factor tugging that big box behind you.
This is just my opinion, enjoy your truck.

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