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Not trying to sound stupid but I’ve looked everywhere and I’ve tried to jack up my keys but they are already turned all the way up so do anybody know if they make a suspension lift for a 2003 Nissan Frontier 3.3 l XE 2 wheel drive
 

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Crank the torsion bar spring in the front. Lift the rear leaf pack with a block, shackle or add a leaf.
 

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Edited 12-24-2020

Yes 4x4Parts.Com has Everything you need for a Suspension Lift
Kit: 4x4 Parts - Frontier Suspension Lift SPAC994743 - Your #1 Source for Nissan Aftermarket Parts!

Read This Thread on Lifting Our trucks.

My Thread After Lifting Earlier this Year.

Upgraded Center Link from GrassRoots4x4.Com
Upgraded Metal Bushings for Idler Arm from Bandit4x4.Com
Body Lift Alternate Option: 1" and 2" Body lift fits 2001-2004 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab — Mikelli's Body Lifts
Can Be Used Instead of Shackles. They Give 1.5 - 2 Inches of Lift. (i've had these on for 1.5 years and they haven't lost any height)
69-255HD Heavy Duty Rear Leaf Spring | 1998-2004 Nissan Frontier 4x4 (generalspringkc.com)
I Put the HD Shackles On and Torsion Bar'd The Front Til the Truck was Level. To this day the truck remains level and i can handle more payload as well. It's a WIN WIN

DONT FORGET TO GET AN ALIGNMENT - THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT AND NOT TALKED ABOUT VERY OFTEN
- Here's The Lifted Alignment Specs

This Guy Goes Over Everything You Need For a Lift:



PICS OF MY LEVELED LIFT BELOW
3" SL + 3"BL on 33's

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+1 4x4 Parts has all that you'll need. I installed their 3" suspension kit on my 98 and am very happy with it. Still required to crank the t bars, but you'll have beefier UCAs included in the kit to handle the lift. If you want to save a little $, you could look at just replacing the UCAs, ball joints and put shackles on the rear. I still have the stock t bars on mine and didn't use the included t bars from the kit and its been fine.
 
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