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I was wondering if anyone else had used this kit before i looks nice and is the billet spacer style. i recently put one on my 2008 titan and i think that it took the front of my truck up to high and is making my front tires lean out at the top and slightly toe inward.The truck might be sitting normal for a leveling kit just noone around here has did one with just the leveling kit yet.I just dont want to wear my tires funny and not be able to get it lined up,taking it tomorrow to have it checked.
One more question i have is to anyone that has did the spacer lifts before.Did you have to turn your strut around backwards to make the wholes line up agin, i had to turn mine a complete 180 to get the holes lined up.

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Struts turn 180*... It's normal with most kits.

How thick is the actual spacer itself? The stillen kit I got was 2.5" thick and ended up being a 3.5" lift. Not the 2.5" advertized. My truck could not be aligned afterwards and the UCA was riding on the coil bucket.
 

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They measure out a 2.5" i was thinking it was a little much,and i sure dont want to sacrifice the ride and fun of my new truck just for looks.I have had them on for about a week now and am finally taking it to the front end shop tomorrow,but really didnt want the to mess it up trying to algin it.Thinking about just taking them off and resellling them.Here is the ones i have ebay iteam number 230207654448

im a dealer with them so i didnt just buy them not knowing about the company everything else i have gotten from them was great.
I was mainly concerened with having the front to far away from factory specs to increase tire wear and decrease ride,was originally thing it was due to having the struts turned all the way around.
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They probably assumed (like stillin) that a 2.5" thick spacer will yield a 2.5" lift.
 

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Im going to go ahead and take my kit off. i think that the 2.5" is too much for the 2008 titan 2wd. it seems that it has made the front of my truck sit anbout 1-1.5" taller than the rear.im just going to wait and do the spindel lift later and the block the back untill its level i think i can do it with a 2" block.
thanks for your help
 
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