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2012 Nissan Titan SV PRERUNNER *Lifted on 40's* - $25000

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2012 Nissan Titan SV PRERUNNER *Lifted on 40's* - $22000 OBO

2012 Nissan Titan SV PRERUNNER *Lifted on 40's!* - Only 41,000 Miles.

Truck has never been off-road; built the truck, but no longer have the time to enjoy it-so it's time to let it go to someone who can! It currently has 12" suspension travel in the front and 10.5" in the rear-could be more with longer shocks. Just a few minor details needed to make it perfect!

Upgrades include: DIRT KING Fab +3" long travel suspension kit with chromoly 1.25" upper control arms and boxed/ribbed lower control arms, WSSX16T stainless steel uniballs and JM12T heims, 2.5" Radflo extended travel coilovers and 4" lift Maxtrac spindles, w/EBC stage 3 brakes, Green stuff 6000 kevlar pads, 3GD slotted and dimpled rotors.

Rear suspension includes: Deaver C-10 long travel leaf pack, Bilstein 5100 shocks and DIRT KING Fab long travel shackles. Re-geared to 4.56 by Gearworks of Clearwater.

Motor: Airaid 4" cold air intake, Bully Dog tuner and custom 3.5" Borla XR1 Race exhaust.

Other: 17x8.5 Method black NV rims wrapped in 40x13.50x17 Procomp Xtreme MT2 tires
McNeil 4" bulge off road front fenders.

Additional parts included with purchase: Stock spindles, 2" wheel spacers, various lift blocks for the rear, spare set of rims, extended stainless steel brake lines, Carhartt sun shade.

*Serious inquiries only.* No test drive unless you have valid drivers license/insurance. Don't waste my time and I won't waste yours. I will provide additional pictures upon request. I have a mechanic background-let me know if you have any questions! Phone #: (727) 902-8483/Email: [email protected]

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Re: 2012 Nissan Titan SV PRERUNNER *Lifted on 40's* - $22000 OBO

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Yes, it's a Prerunner build. Would need longer shocks in the rear to get more travel-just depending on what you want and how you ultimately want it to perform whether on road or off.
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