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Help identifying coilovers

I have a 2011 Nissan Titan with a 6in rough country suspension lift on the front lift it doesn't have the coilover spacers which tells me the front is not Rough Country since they don't sell coilovers and their lifts have spacers. However my struts are leaking oil and I'm trying to identify what I actually have to be able to order replacement struts can anyone help
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Re: Help identifying coilovers

Could be ProComp coilovers. if the drop bracket is flat, its also a pro comp lift. if its arched its rough country. Someone could've put rough country lift and the ProComp coilovers on

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It's definitely a Rough Country lift drop bracket has the rcx cut into it. When I spoke to the guy that 4wheelparts yesterday he said he didn't have any coilovers to fit a Nissan Titan with a 6-inch Lift. Anyone have pics of Procomp coilovers? Are the ones in the attached picture the pro comp ones for truck with 6" lift?
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Re: Help identifying coilovers

4wp is worthless. King, ICON, Radflo make coilovers for bracket lifted titans. Call offroad warehouse, PRG, Radflo, King, or ICON. ORW and PRG will probably have better prices.

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So I found a mirror to stick behind coilover hat to see if there was any writing and saw that they were indeed pro comp coilovers. After contacting Procomp they said they would send me a set of replacements for the rebuild cost. Taxes and shipping to my door came to $701. My question is which would be the better route to simply have them send me replacements or buy the new Rough Country extended struts and go back to factory coil springs and perch. Cost wise probably a little cheaper to go the Rough Country route. $239 for struts $10 for coil springs and whatever factory coilspring perch would cost from junkyard.
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$100 for factory coil springs last post I said $10 mistakenly
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