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Wassup everyone,

Does anyone know about this product from Stillen:

STILLEN FRONT LEVELING KIT
2005 FRONTIER 2WD/4WD
Part Number: 306247
MSRP: $229.00

Just couple of ?s
Did anyone install them on their truck yet?
And what size wheels/tire can you run on them?

Aloha,
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That apears to be the same type of spacer that is used on the Titan's. It goes on top of the strut assembly and bolts back into the truck. Here is a pic of were it goes on the Titan. It's a much better option than one that compresses the spring like the Daystar style. This type doesn't damage the shocks or effect the ride quality either. If you want, stop over to www.clubtitan.org and do a search for "PRG" and you will get tons of info on it. PRG stands for "Pre Runner Greg" He is the guy that makes them for the Titans.

 

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Thanks qwikwhip. I saw someone with pics on another site that got the leveling kit on their frontier. looks awesome.
 

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Thanks qwikwhip. I saw someone with pics on another site that got the leveling kit on their frontier. looks awesome.
It looks like he is now making the kits for the Frontiers. :D Check out this post he made on another forum. http://www.titantalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28120 If your gonna get a leveling kit, get his. He offers teh best products and service out there. :D 8)
 

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What exactly are these for. Is the trucks stance uneven from the factory? Do they raise or lower the truck?...
 

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Yeah, it's uneven from the factory... A front weight bias (the front is lower than the rear). This basically lifts the frotn like an inch and a half to even it up with the rear.

If he is any cheaper than Stillen (which I'm sure he is :lol: ) I will order from him tomorrow. I'm too insecure to join the Titan forum :oops: :p
 

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Here's the scoop on the new forntiers. As you know they are a smaller version of the titan, but luckily the Frontiers only have an 1" of rake (unlike the titan's 2.5-3"). The kit im building is a "mini lift", its raises the front 2.5" and has a billet aluminum rear block and new u-bolts to raise the rear 2" for a 1/2" of rake. These kits are cnc machined form domestic aluminum and use grade 8 hardware and include an upgraded urethan bumpstop. These spacers are designed to actually inable you to get a socket in the counter bore to attach the spacer to the stock strut assembly. The spacers bolt to the top of the stock sturt and still allow the suspension to sit in the middle of its stroke. The install is usally about 1-2 hours. The rear shocks have plenty of lenght for the 2" rear block. And these kits will work on 2 and 4wd. I have not tried to test fit tires yet, so i cant give an honest answer as to what size WONT rub. I will have the kits available by early this week and for the first run im offering a substancial discount to the fisrt 25 kits sold. I have beat on the Frontier that i have tested them on and the results have been great. My leveling kits are guarantted forever against just about anything, and YOUR satisfaction is also guaranteed. The introductory price for the complete kit is $249, if you want just the front spacer it will be $179. Both these prices are to your door. Please shoot me an e-mail, pm or call 951 780-5331 if you want a kit at the introductory price of $229 for the mini kit. I also hope to be a sponsor for this site too. Thanks...greg
 

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Thanks PrerunnerGreg! sounds like an awesome product...too bad I can't get a hold of the kit, I just bought a new computer, but I'm sure there's some members that are immediately interested, I'll PM you in about two months (wife permitting). :(
 
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