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I have an 06 4x4. I've looked into the PRG leveling kit and I am also looking at the Bilstein 5100's.

I've seen comments about the PRG kit still having some slight rake... i'm pretty anal about certain things and I want to make sure that my Titan sits completely level. If that's not possible, I'd even rather have the front sitting a bit higher than the rear.

Can anyone advise me before I make a purchase?
 

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I have an 06 4x4. I've looked into the PRG leveling kit and I am also looking at the Bilstein 5100's.

I've seen comments about the PRG kit still having some slight rake... i'm pretty anal about certain things and I want to make sure that my Titan sits completely level. If that's not possible, I'd even rather have the front sitting a bit higher than the rear.

Can anyone advise me before I make a purchase?
look for a setup to get you 2.5" of lift. 1.5" spacer, Bilstein 5100's on middle setting should get you there. Every truck is different though. And your coil spring might be worn and sagging. BUT the spacer and Bilsteins will get you closer lol.

Moog sells springs, also you can get springs from Courtesynissan for pretty cheap. Then you can assemble the entire setup and swap it in much faster.
 

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Well you are looking at getting 2.5" to be level. So a spacer that gives you 2.5" of lift (not actually 2.5" due to geometry) will get you close. This is the maximum you can go up with stock uca's without big time cbc, but you may still have some.
 

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if you want to be 100% level, go out and measure, then buy a spacer that matches the difference in your measurement...
 

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if you ant to be 100% level, go out and measure, then buy a spacer that matches the difference in your measurement...
why....he can just post a thread.
 

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if he wants to be 100% level, any advice we give him would just be speculation, as we don't know what it would take to actually make him 100% level.
 

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lol, one of the many drawbacks of the internet. I'm not sure why I didn't think to go measure the difference between the front and back.

Looks like I need just about 2.5" to be level.

Can I safely do the PRG 2.5" kit? I noticed that they recommend 2" max for a 4x4.
 

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if he wants to be 100% level, any advice we give him would just be speculation, as we don't know what it would take to actually make him 100% level.
sarcasm:big_grin:

lol, one of the many drawbacks of the internet. I'm not sure why I didn't think to go measure the difference between the front and back.

Looks like I need just about 2.5" to be level.

Can I safely do the PRG 2.5" kit? I noticed that they recommend 2" max for a 4x4.
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at least you found it, but yeah 2" is max you want to go unless you get UCA's, then you can go with the 2.5".
 

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I put 2" pucks in the front of my 04 kc because that's what is recommended on here without doing changing the ucas and my truck sits pretty darn near level to me. Only problem now is I have the itch to lift it more.
 
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