Coil bucket contact won’t be an issue on the street, and it doesn’t look like that truck’s seen much time off-road. Installation isn’t bad, cam bolts are a must unless you want crazy positive camber. I’ve been more than happy with mine for over 30,000 miles.
Looks like RC now makes 2 different loaded shocks: the N3 and the M1. THe N3 are twin tube and the M1s mono. In general mono tubes perform better. Another option the M1 have is ride height adjustability. I can not find any details on how they adjust, but I suspect they are clips that adjust the bottom perch height thus changing the spring preload and the ride height. They claim this prevents "over extending". But if the height is based on preload, this would not prevent overextending and CBC. humm need to learn more. M1 Loaded Strut Pair | 2.5 Inch | Nissan Frontier 4WD (2005-2023) | Rough Country
As far as installation goes. I have always popped the upper ball joint from the knuckle. If you read, many people are able to simply strike the knuckle with a hammer and the BJ will pop.I have found this to be unreliable. I always use a puller. I have used this pitman arm puller for the BJ 10s of times and it works great.