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Everything you ever wanted to know about Suspension lifts on your 2005+ Frontier! This is by no means a full and complete listing, but I will try to stay current with this as new products come to market. SPECIAL THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED CONTRIBUTE TO THIS THREAD WITH YOUR INFORMATION AND PICTURES!!! I COULD NOT DO IT WITHOUT YOU!!!

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PRG 2" Spacer Kit PRG Products.com

2" Lift Spacer Front / 1.5" Lift Block Rear

Pros: Inexpensive and easy to install. No need to extend brake lines / shocks.
Cons: Potential for coil bucket contact when suspension reaches full droop

Shown: Shift_This w/ 285/65/18 BFG AT KO's





PRG 3" Spacer Kit PRG Products.com

3" Lift Spacer Front / 2" Tapered Lift Block Rear

Pros: Inexpensive and easy to install. No need to extend brake lines / shocks.
Cons: High Potential for coil bucket contact when suspension reaches full droop. Total Chaos upper control arms highly recommended.

Shown: SteveT47 w/ 255/85R16 Maxxis Bighorns





Calmini 2.5" Lift Spacer / Shackles calmini

2.5" Lift Spacer Front / 1.5" Rear Lift Shackles

Pros: Inexpensive and easy to install. No need to extend brake lines / shocks.
Cons: High Potential for coil bucket contact when suspension reaches full droop. Total Chaos upper control arms highly recommended.



Calmini 2.5" Lift Spacer / Block calmini

2.5" Lift Spacer Front / 2" Rear Lift Block

Pros: Inexpensive and easy to install. No need to extend brake lines / shocks.
Cons: High Potential for coil bucket contact when suspension reaches full droop. Total Chaos upper control arms highly recommended.



Automotive Customizers 2.5" Coil Kit w/ Shackles www.4x4parts.com

2.5" Lift Coils / 1.5" Rear Shackles w/ Longer Bilstein Shocks

Pros: Inexpensive and relatively easy to install. No need to extend brake lines / shocks.
Cons: Springs are stiff and difficult to compress for initial install. Most users say they will soften with time.

Shown: COFronty w/ 265/65R17 General Grabbers





Automotive Customizers 2.5" Coil Kit w/ AAL www.4x4parts.com

2.5" Lift Coils / 1.5" Rear Add-a-Leaf.

Pros: Inexpensive and relatively easy to install. No need to extend brake lines / shocks.
Cons: Springs are stiff and difficult to compress for initial install. Most users say they will soften with time. Adding Rancho QuickLift coilover shocks will help soften the ride.

Shown: Ratsworld w/ 33" Dick Cepek Fun Country 2





PRG Radflo 2.0 Coilovers / Deaver Add-A-Leaf PRG Products.com

Up to 3" Adjustable Front Coilovers, Total Chaos Upper Control Arms and 1.5" Deaver rear Add-a-Leaf pack w/ new Bilstein longer rear shocks

Pros: Improved ride, zero chance of coil bucket contact with Total Chaos upper control arms, moderate install. Rear shocks and brake lines are required if using new longer rear shocks.
Cons: Cost.

Shown: 2006Fronty w/ 265/75R16





CST 4" Spindle Lift PerformanceLifts.com Your online Truck and SUV accessory and suspension lift system experts

4" CST Front Lift Spindles, Total Chaos Upper Control Arms, PRG Radflo coilovers, PRG 1" Front Lift Spacer / PRG rear Shackles, 3" Rear Lift Blocks and Deaver 1.5" Add-a-Leaf. Total Lift: 6.5" Front, 6" Rear

Pros: Exceptional ride quality.
Cons: Spindles are for 2WD ONLY!! Cost is high and install is moderate to difficult.

Shown: TruckRaskin w/ 295/75R16 BFG AT KO's





Calmini 5" Suspension Lift calmini

Larger steering knuckles, a differential drop bracket and spacers bring the front up 5". The back is lifted with a combination of shackles and blocks, and complimented with longer shocks and brake lines.

Pros: Lots of lift; pinion angles are maintained.
Cons: Expensive and moderate to difficult to install. 4x4 ONLY!!

Shown: Barry_Matsui w/ 3" Body Lift





Titan Front End Swap

Requires titan Lower control arms, upper control arms, new coilovers, CST spindles, customized tie rod ends and custom front axles for the front end (4x4 only). Rear lifted with a Deaver Add-a-Leaf pack and extended shocks. Can get almost 4" front lift. Rear lift is 2" with this setup.

Pros: Long-travel suspension for relatively moderate cost.
Cons: Front wheels pushed out may require fiberglass fenders as per local law restrictions.

Shown: Shinari w/ 285/70R17 and CST Titan Spindles

 
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