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im looking for about a 4" lift to put under my titan but still keep the factory ride the best i can i found 4" lift spindles from cst but it says they are for 2wd and mine is 4wd. would they still bolt up whats the difference between the two?
 

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Your only choice is a 6 inch bracket lift or the prg extended travel package that gives about 3

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Check out PRG's web site. Your only option for that little of a lift would be PRG extended travel package
 

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What you are looking for does not exist. The extended travel kit will give what you want but it will be a firm ride and you will here a small popping noise from the front with the coilovers cranked to the max.

What we 4x4 trucks need is a 2"-3" drop bracket lift kit. Add radflows up front with it with little proload and we will have best of both worlds.

Speak with Greg over at PRG and see what he can do. Extended travel is just about your only option available. And while you are speaking with him ask him if he plans on making a 2"-3" drop bracket kit for us 4x4s. If the market is there im sure he would build it.
 

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rancho says they have a 4 in lift but who knows it will ride a little rougher but thats what happens when you lift it lift = stiffer
 

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rancho says they have a 4 in lift but who knows it will ride a little rougher but thats what happens when you lift it lift = stiffer
Rancho's "4 inch" lift is actually a little over 5" of front lift paired with 2 inch rear block. You will be "nose high" by nearly an inch with this. If I were purchasing this kit, I'd also get the C10 deavers from PRG and Have a level ride
 

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The only catch with the Rancho 4" lift is they do not come with the spacer for the front shocks. You have to purchase their shocks or go aftermarket, like PRG, extended shocks.
 

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This may just be a dumb question, but what would be the problem with having a shop either make a shorter spacer for a bracket lift or just shorten one from a kit? (I am not thinking of doing this, just curious)
 

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This may just be a dumb question, but what would be the problem with having a shop either make a shorter spacer for a bracket lift or just shorten one from a kit? (I am not thinking of doing this, just curious)
Its not that.easy u would have to have a longer than stock but shorter than full 6 inch spindle made which would cost money. U would need like layer said a 2 or 3 inch lift spindle.

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The OEM spindles are made for "stock height," and you can lift/ lower them ~2"; why couldn't you make a 4" lift spacer for the Rancho kit, which is just over 5", work? PRG states that the Rancho spindle is the shortest of all the kits.
 

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This may just be a dumb question, but what would be the problem with having a shop either make a shorter spacer for a bracket lift or just shorten one from a kit? (I am not thinking of doing this, just curious)
Nothing.. If there was a spacer for the 4" Rancho then folks could go with Bilstein shocks or keep there stockers for a short while, keeping the cost down.
 
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