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Hey all.. I just bought an 07 Titan LE 4x4 a week ago and am looking to put wheels and tires on it ASAP.

I have looked around a little, and found a wheel/tire package I really like:

20x9 XD800 Misfits w/ the 35x12.5-20 Nitto Trail tires

http://www.rimzoneonline.com/product/PKXD80029BNT205720/20x9-XD-800-Misfit-Blk-35x1250-20-Nitto-Trail/

My questions are:

How big of a lift minimum will I need for these?

Would it be wise to buy the wheels and tires seperately so I can put on a smaller tire which in turn would require a smaller lift?

Can one of ya'll recommend some lift kits?

What should I expect to pay?

Thanks all
 

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I'm right there with ya. Just bought an '07 4X4 myself and here's the best options I've found. Since it's 4X4 you can't do the 4" spindle lift since that's a 2WD thing. I've heard of guys running the PRG mini lift with 35's and say the rub is minimal, but I feel that's just cutting corners. If you want to run 35's and have it look good I think 6" lift is the way to go. PRG has some great options for you, but I decided to go with the 6" procomp lift (getting installed tuesday) so I can fit the Nitto trail grapplers or Toyo M/Ts. I will however be going with PRG for my suspension needs when more funds become available. I'm having a shop install it since they've done this lift on several Titans and I want it done right the first time. I'm paying $2300 out the door and that includes the kit, install, and allignment. Racho makes a nice 4" kit, but it will only allow you use Rancho suspension (convienient huh?) and is a little more expensive than the Procomp. I think they quoted me at 2500 out the door. I also recently installed the Volant CAI and gotta say it's awesome. Sounds and performs like a beast. Just make sure you put the MAF in shiney side up or the truck won't idle. I don't know why that mattered, but after I tried everything I finally flipped it around and started right up and idled perfect. I've been researching modifications to the Titan A LOT so if you have any specific questions let me know. I'm not the expert, but I can give you what I've found.
 

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I have a 6"lift with 20x9 rims and 35" nitto trails and I have rubbing. I picked a taller 35" tire vs wider which would rub more. You would need a 7" lift or a positive offset rim.
 

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I have a 6"lift with 20x9 rims and 35" nitto trails and I have rubbing. I picked a taller 35" tire vs wider which would rub more. You would need a 7" lift or a positive offset rim.
What's the offset on your wheel? and the tire size if you dont mind me asking?
 

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6 inch rough country suspension lift is 1199 complete kit ive been doing some research myself on this kit but seems to be an awesome deal performance accesories has a 5.5 inch kit for 580 consists of a 3 inch leveling kit and 2.5 inch body lift hope this helps
 
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