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Finally have decided to lift the Titan. I have a 2004 Titan 4wd currently with LT315-70R17 tires and Bilsteins 5100 front and rear.

When going with a lift, will the 5100's work with any of them?

When lifting it, will I be able to run any larger of a tire or should I stay with the 315's? A lot of info to go through.
 

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Looks like I should be able to go with some lifted spindles, 2" spacer, and my 5100's set on the middle setting. I already have some rear blocks. Thinking they may be 3", I'll have to measure them.

Any input?

Thanks.
 

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As far as my limited experience on suspensions goes you can't do spindles with 4WD. Gotta go bracket.
 

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I found that out this afternoon while reading more.

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and your tire size you can fit depends on just how high you want to go - any lift and you should really be able to fit 33's, 5" or more and 35s should fit
 

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Currently running stock 04 rims with 5.5" backspacing. According to Rough Country, they won't fit with their lift. I really don't want to add to the cost of the lift kit excursion with new rims. Any of the lift kits allow the stock rims to be used?
 

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That doesn't sound right. You should be able to use the stocks with pretty much any lift, as a lot of guys do that.
 

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From the installation directions...... " For this application we recommend a 17” or larger wheel not to exceed 8” in width with a minimum backspacing of 4.5” to a maximum of 5” ". Stock Titan 2004 17" wheels have 5.5" back spacing.
 
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