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Im looking for a quality 3 or 4 inch lift kit for my 04' 4*4 Titan. All the local guys only want to sell me 6 inch lifts. Ive got one 4 inch quote but it was for a rough country kit which Im not interested in.

Anyone have any luck on ebay or anywhere else for a quality 3 or 4 inch kit that was reasonably priced.


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Im looking for a quality 3 or 4 inch lift kit for my 04' 4*4 Titan. All the local guys only want to sell me 6 inch lifts. Ive got one 4 inch quote but it was for a rough country kit which Im not interested in.

Anyone have any luck on ebay or anywhere else for a quality 3 or 4 inch kit that was reasonably priced.


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for a 4x4 you can either do a rancho or rough country drop bracket lift kit 4". or you can do a leveling kit. this has only been done about 1000000000000 times and asked about 100000000000x10^10 times.
 

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You can run 3 or 4" up front with bilsteins, a spacer, and upper control arms. 2" spacer and bilsteins at either 1" or 2" setting. He says ride quality is significantly better at 1" setting due to spring preload. I see many people on here run on the 2" setting though, some even get the 08 or newer coil springs up front though I see posts warning against that.

Rear you can get a block or the deaver leaf pack. Ones for like 1 or 2" lift and the other is 3 or 4" depending on 2wd or 4wd models. You will need to match the rear shock for the amount of lift.

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Talking to prg...

You can run 3 or 4" up front with bilsteins, a spacer, and upper control arms. 2" spacer and bilsteins at either 1" or 2" setting. He says ride quality is significantly better at 1" setting due to spring preload. I see many people on here run on the 2" setting though, some even get the 08 or newer coil springs up front though I see posts warning against that.

Rear you can get a block or the deaver leaf pack. Ones for like 1 or 2" lift and the other is 3 or 4" depending on 2wd or 4wd models. You will need to match the rear shock for the amount of lift.

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If you go over 3" front lift you'll put to much stress on certain components.
 

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Thanks alot. Trying to find a local company in Nashville area that will do it


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3" spacer/leveling kit or 4" Rancho or Rough country Bracket lift. Best setup for 3" is a 2" spacer and Bilstein 5100's on mid setting with Dirtking or PRG upper control arms.
 
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