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Recently we have been getting a lot of calls for ICON Vehicle Dynamics coilovers for the Nissan Titan so we have decided to put them on special thru the end of the August


These 0” – 3” Adjustable Coil-over shocks will increase the handling and ride quality of your Nissan Titan or Armada. They are preset with 2” of lift out of the box to level out your vehicle and give clearance of 33” Tall Tires. Recommended tire size 305/70R17, wheel 17X8 with 5 1/4” back spacing.


Check out the front coilover options below - rear shocks, arms and packages available!

81000 - Nissan Titan Standard Travel Front Coil-Over Shock Kit

81000-IVD - Nissan Titan Standard Travel Front Coil-Over Shock Kit (IVD Coating)

81005 - Nissan Titan - Extended Travel Front Coil-over Shock Kit

81005-IVD - Nissan Titan - Extended Travel Front Coil-over Shock Kit (IVD COATING)

81001 - Nissan Titan CST / FABTECH / PROCOMP 6" Lift Coilover Kit


TAP Auto will not be undersold on ICON! Any questions, comments, pricing or customs apps email or call us!
 

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I can say these coilovers are amazing! I have the extended length ones too!!!
 

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Just FYI to TAP, when you enter the titantalk code 10% is not taken off of the price. $1399.95 to 1329.95 is far from 10%, the price should drop to $1259.96 by my calculations...
 

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Do the extended travel coilovers fit a stock UCA and LCA with maxtrac spindles?

Im looking to get some that are used but im not sure how to tell if they are old or not? When did the extended travel come out"??
 

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So if were to get the extended ones they won't work with a fabtech lift like I have? I have a 6" fabtech lift which ones do I get and I can remove the spacer that comes with lift and just use coilovers by themselves?

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Do the extended travel coilovers fit a stock UCA and LCA with maxtrac spindles?

Im looking to get some that are used but im not sure how to tell if they are old or not? When did the extended travel come out"??
Yes, I believe so.


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So if were to get the extended ones they won't work with a fabtech lift like I have? I have a 6" fabtech lift which ones do I get and I can remove the spacer that comes with lift and just use coilovers by themselves?

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If you have a bracket lift, the shorter ones should work, but you'll have to stack that retarded tower spacer.

Just buy the extended length bracket lift coilovers.


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Do the extended travel coilovers fit a stock UCA and LCA with maxtrac spindles?

Im looking to get some that are used but im not sure how to tell if they are old or not? When did the extended travel come out"??
clifford should have my old extended saws put on his truck this weekend. they were rebuilt today i believe.
 

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So if were to get the extended ones they won't work with a fabtech lift like I have? I have a 6" fabtech lift which ones do I get and I can remove the spacer that comes with lift and just use coilovers by themselves?

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If u get the extended ones they will work if u already have a 6" lift on your truck. I have a pro comp lift on my truck and these replaced the shock and that huge spacer that is put in there as well. If i were you, I would get the extended length ones. Send me a pm or something and i can get some pics for u if needed for what i am running.
 

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If u get the extended ones they will work if u already have a 6" lift on your truck. I have a pro comp lift on my truck and these replaced the shock and that huge spacer that is put in there as well. If i were you, I would get the extended length ones. Send me a pm or something and i can get some pics for u if needed for what i am running.
Bracket lifted coilovers**. Otherwise people get confused and think extended travel coilovers will fit. Extended travel ones are for oem height applications. You can also get bracket lifted extended travel coilovers :banasex0r
 

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Bracket lifted coilovers**. Otherwise people get confused and think extended travel coilovers will fit. Extended travel ones are for oem height applications. You can also get bracket lifted extended travel coilovers :banasex0r
My bad, I believe I have bracket extended travel coilovers. Thanks for clearing that up. Never want to give the wrong info specially when it comes to high price items like this!!
 

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My bad, I believe I have bracket extended travel coilovers. Thanks for clearing that up. Never want to give the wrong info specially when it comes to high price items like this!!
I had a 6" ProComp (bracket lift) & installed the DR / Now Icon Coilovers with the extended travel since i have the TC UCA's. If your bracket lift comes with the shock adapter extender then it will look like this...



Since then, i have removed the 6" bracket lift and i was able to re-use my coilovers. With the shock adapter there's no difference in ride quality or travel. It just saved my big $$$ since i didn't have to buy another set. But it does look SICK with a LONG shock without the adapter.

Without the lift:

 

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I have heard that you need aftermarket UCAs to run an extended travel shock. true or?
 

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I have heard that you need aftermarket UCAs to run an extended travel shock. true or?
He has rough country arms. haha. we will see what happens. worst case, he flips the hat back on top and is limited in his travel.


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I have heard that you need aftermarket UCAs to run an extended travel shock. true or?

to gain the additional travel of the UCA the extended Coilover shock is recommended.

Advantage of the UCA's:

increases usable wheel travel
1" Uniball compared to the stock 1/2"
No Coilbucket contact
Eliminates weak factory joints
Heat treated SS uniball spacers

Total Chaos $680.00 + Free Shipping




Camburg $599.00

 

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Does Icon offer extended length with the CDC knob to adjust dampening, and IVD coating?
IVD Coating can be applied to any coilovers, cost is about $100. Any part listed above with a "-IVD" has the coating.

As far as CDC goes, ICON does not offer a Titan Coilover with reservoirs so CDC is not an option in the front. It can be added to any rear reservoir shock.
 
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