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Have any of you prerunner guys had issues with too much frame movement where it rises behind the cab? If so has anyone done anything that made a difference like frame plating etc. thanks!


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Have any of you prerunner guys had issues with too much frame movement where it rises behind the cab? If so has anyone done anything that made a difference like frame plating etc. thanks!


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I'm not a prerunner guy but on my 08 Nismo frontier I had the box contact the frame on both sides. Dealership said they'd never seen that before, owner has 6 Nissan/infinity dealerships. I was pretty surprised myself to see the paint chips but I did beat that truck.
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Have any of you prerunner guys had issues with too much frame movement where it rises behind the cab? If so has anyone done anything that made a difference like frame plating etc. thanks!


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No, frames pretty stout!
 

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I put a plate there and then later a bump stop can. Being fully boxed, these frames are pretty tough.

Where the hell did the Prerunner Titan Page go???

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Have any of you prerunner guys had issues with too much frame movement where it rises behind the cab? If so has anyone done anything that made a difference like frame plating etc. thanks!


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The Titan frames are fully boxed in which gives them quite a bit of strength. We still do see flex on the rear portion behind the cab where the leverage from the rear spring hanger pushes up on the frame and causes the bed to hit the back side of the cab if the vehicle is ran through rough enough terrain. With doing a bed cage to mount the rear shocks through the bed you give a huge amount of support to the rear frame and will greatly limit its ability to move.
 
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