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Ok, I have a 2015 Titan pro 4x with a PRG 3.5" lift consisting of PRG UCA's, bilstein shocks front and rear, 5100's and 5125's I believe), and all the other components. I want to jump up to the 6" lift. What do I need and what is the most economical way to do this?
 

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Bracket lift is what you're looking at. Cheapest way to get there would be with the rough country kit. You've already got good UCAs that'll take care of any clearance issues you would have otherwise run into with coil bucket contact. Only issue you're probably going to run into is with your current 5100s. You may want to ask on here or call Greg at PRG, but they may be too short for a 6 inch lift.. You could always throw them up for sale on here once you've upgraded to the 6 inch bracket lift to try and absorb some of your expenses if that turns out to be the case.
 

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The 5100's will be fine in the front, you're just throwing a spacer on top. The 5125's will be too short for the rear. RC is the cheapest 6", and then get new 5125's for a 2-4" block.
 

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The 5100's are known to blow out when combined with a 6" bracket lift, the 5125's will be too short for the bigger rear spacer. The only thing you will reuse from your current setup will be the bump stops and the UCA's. pretty much everything else will be replaced with the parts from the bracket lift which will include the rear shocks, but not the fronts. Rough Country is the least expensive, about $1000 right now on sale. Next would be the Procomp which is about $1600.
 

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Because of CV angles you should not go higher in the front than 3" on a 4x4 unless you do a bracket lift like others have mentioned. You can do rough country but to make it comparable to a Procomp lift kit you'll have to add $200 front torsion bars, $90 brake lines, and $90 endlinks because the rough country endlinks are a really poor design. In addition the rough country requires cutting your truck to install the lift kit. I'll have a Procomp stage 2 lift kit with literally 300 miles on it for sale next month. The stage 2 is the basic Procomp kit but comes with coilovers, brake lines, torsion bars, and upgraded heim cst style endlinks. Pm me if interested.
 
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