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I'm finally lifting the truck. I've thought about it for a while and i think I'll drive myself crazy if I don't just do it. So I started researching what it was that I wanted and decided that I still need to be able to tow and would like to be able to to without as much suspension sag, and I'd like to do it on a budget. I'm not going to be doing any serious mudding or rock crawling with the truck. just mild trails in colorado and wyoming. I've got my dirtbike for the offroading part. Anyway, I'd like to order parts next week to get the lift started but I'd like some advice before I get started. My plan for lifting my '06 kc xe 4x4 is to start with a front lift from fabtech part no F37FTS25001BK ( believe this comes with everything to lift the front end of my truck. I'll call before I order but does anyone have any experience with that kit? And on to the rear I'll order a set of deaver c-30 rear leafs, a 2-3 inch block and a drive shaft spacer. I'll end up relocating the brake lines and such but I think that would be an overall decent setup. Any opinions? Suggestions?
 

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Sounds like you thought/researched this a bit. Don't have any experience with this, but good luck with it anyway.
 

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Fabtech is a good kit, there is some cutting involved, but their spindle is the 'tallest' out of all the 6" kits out there. This means it allows you a little bit more capability to go taller with future mods (i.e. PRG UCA's & PRG Custom Spacer). One suggestion I do have is this, instead of purchasing what is essentially their "Stage 2" kit, which includes their own coilovers, you should strongly consider purchasing the "Stage 1" version, and then getting some aftermarket Radflo or Sway-A-Way (SAW) coilovers from site sponsor, PRG Products. The Radflo/SAW's will provide a much better ride and Greg valves them specifically for the Titan, based on real world testing that he has done.

Happy Lifting!
 

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BTW... can anyone else locate the Fabtech website??? I'm coming up empty.
 

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So I did a little more digging this morning and came up a little bummed. I may take a different route now.I surfed the fabtech website(www.fabtechmotorsports.com) and found a better description of the kits than what I could find on the retailers web sites. So I figured I would add a little information for those who find the description fabtech lift kits in 1, 2 or 3 box configuration a little weak. When I first saw this lift I thought the front lift came in one box and the rear lift came in the second box. That would have been great for me since I only want to lift the front with a kit. So for those of you who google "nissan titan lift kit and see a $600 price tag and get excited like me, realize that you need both box1 and box2 in order to lift your titan.


Box1 contains majorly front lift spindles, blocks and some brackets

box2 contains crossmember brackets and rear add-a-leaf and u bolts

Box3 contains your choice of shocks.

A more detailed description of kit contents can be found on Fabtech's website

go to fabtech -nissan titan-6"lift kit-basic systems-(scroll down)and click installation instructions.

in the installation instructions you can find a complete listing of what is in the boxes.
 
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