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I would like to hear from anyone from Canada (BC) who has dealt with this company. I was interested in their ADVANCED COILOVER package for my 06 NISMO. It has 2 pr coil overs, upper control arms and rearleafs. $1650.00
Is there a hastle with the border? or shipping? Kirby
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i bought the same kit - had it shipped USPS as mentioned. i did have problems with my Radflos, and had to send them back for warranty work, which was a huge hassle. to top it off, apparently there isn't supposed to be warranty on Radflos sold by PRG outside of the USA, as it competes with other dealers. however, only PRG has these specific Radflos for the Frontier.

i would possibly consider other coils that may be warrantied or serviced here in Canada. Greg and Jen are both great to deal with, though sometimes really slow to get back to you.
Thanks for the info. What was the outcome with the Radflos?
Did you upgrade to resovoir style?
Any other info would be greatly apreciated. Kirby
the problem with the Radflos were faulty schraeder valves. the shocks came with almost no nitrogen in one side - so i had it recharged to the tune of $118. Try and find a shop in Vancouver that even wants to test them! You have to take them out, nobody would test them on the truck. So i refill them, they leak. had to yard them back out and ship them down to PRG. They sat in greg's shop for months, then finally sent to radflo who had them serviced in one week. Then I got stung with duty again, until I got paperwork and filed for a return...the story goes on.

I like the feel of the ride, but with no supposed warranty, I would consider something that can be warrantied and repaired easily here in BC
one more thing - if you do go with larger tires and then need to pull out the coils, make sure you have a spacer lift available to clear the bigger meats.

also, the deaver AAL 2" kit has pretty much gone flat in a year - i think a 10 leaf pack would be better if you are having any weight on the back - and i saw you mention a boat on another thread. i'm considering airbags - though not sure how well they would work with a lift.

also consider longer brake lines in the rear if you are going wheeling - the stock ones will be holding up your diff after the lift
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