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I have a Black 05 TITAN LE.

I am lifting it 4 inches in the front, doing it a little different then most of you guys are.

NCD is setting me up with their new TITAN UCA's and I am stacking two of their 2" spacers till I can afford new shocks, For the rear I am using their 2.5" blocks.

I will be using stock 18x8" wheels on the truck.

Do I go with 33" or 35" tires?

Will I be able to stop any rubbing with just a pinch weld mod? Or is there More I will have to do?

I plan on getting Pro-Comp Xtreme A/T's, Does anyone know how their sizes run, Large or small?

I have looked over most of the other threads and cannot really find a straight answer on these things.

~Chris

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Stacking spacers comes VERY highly unrecommended around here. Those who know much more than me say it is very dangerous. Not sure if you are 2wd or 4wd. If your 2wd you could easily get that lift with some spindles and some RadFlo coils for a fairly good price. If our 4wd you could get some new UCAs and some RadFlo coils and get about 3" of lift maybe a bit more if your will deal with a bit harsher ride from the higher preload. I definitely would advise against your current plan of stacking spacers even if it is cheaper.
 

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33s fit no problem......using the stock 18s you can probably fit a 35 doing the pinch weld mod, might still rub a little as procomps are wide.....and you might want to start saving quickly as you might blow your front shocks soon.....

not sure if Vtechless is still around but you might want to see how long he was running around with stacked spacers to give you some kind of an idea of how long you can do it and how the ride will be....
 

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Thinking of just saying screw it and saving my money for a long arm or a six inch lift. I hate ****ing around with this stuff. like to do it right the first time.

~Chris
 

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ckarling said:
Thinking of just saying screw it and saving my money for a long arm or a six inch lift. I hate ****ing around with this stuff. like to do it right the first time.

~Chris
4" spindle with a 2.5" spacer is a pretty nice setup if you are 2wd
 

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TheHammer said:
Stacking spacers comes VERY highly unrecommended around here. Those who know much more than me say it is very dangerous. Not sure if you are 2wd or 4wd. If your 2wd you could easily get that lift with some spindles and some RadFlo coils for a fairly good price. If our 4wd you could get some new UCAs and some RadFlo coils and get about 3" of lift maybe a bit more if your will deal with a bit harsher ride from the higher preload. I definitely would advise against your current plan of stacking spacers even if it is cheaper.
Like I just said, I think I am just going to save my money and get a 6 inch kit.
Gary at NCD said Since his spacers are made of billet aluminum and go on top of the strut I will not have any trouble.

Nevertheless.

Gonna wait and get a 6 inch.

~Chris
 

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Titan5683 said:
4" spindle with a 2.5" spacer is a pretty nice setup if you are 2wd
4x4 Baby!!!
 
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