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Finally lowered my titan

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Here are some pix.
I used street edge 2/4 drop, bilstein in the back, bell tech adjustable up front. Bell tech set to lower 1".

Total drop 3/4.

I like the drop.

When bell tech goes bad up front then I will use bilsteins.
Was bouncy. Removed bump stops which fixed bounciness. Still soft though.

Tires are a bit thin (135/55) and will get larger once they wear out.


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do you know the specs on those Street edge springs? Are they constant rate or progressive rate? How are the street manners? cornering & bumps? height looks perfect....
Hi Armada06,
I do not know the specs. I should have asked them before I purchased. The ride as a whole is soft. Bumps are okay, after I removed "bump stops". Cornering....none since it as a whole it is soft. The stock felt stiffer.

You can call street edge and ask. I am curious as well.
Dude that is bad a$$. most posts have guys going the other way!. I dig it. I would get a little taller and wider tires, to make your stance that much more bad a$$. One day, I'll lower mine like that but just drop shackles to level the rear will do for now.

Did you do a spring under mod or just different spring packs?
Hi Danman,
Ya, I will def get wider and taller tires. The guy at the shop when I bought the rims only had those size tires. LOL. So once they wear out, wider and taller tires we go.

I have street edge springs and leaf. I DO NOT Recommend street edge.

Ya, another way I could have gone and maybe I should have gone is flip kit drop shackles and name brand springs.
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