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Just saw on XOC, plus I noticed on the website the "Now taking pre-orders" statement was gone.

Let's see how this lift turns out.


Also, apparently fab-tech is releasing a 6" for new Fronty's.
 

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It is an interesting looking kit. Not sure of those big coffee can spacers up front.
 

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Mine is shipping also. I am thinking I am getting coilovers in the front to replace the stock shock and coil spring. Will post pics even though I know I'll get flamed for my wheel size =) Speaking of that whoever decided at Nissan that it was a good idea to go from 6x5.5 to 6x4.5 ought to be beaten severely. Man does it limit what wheels you can use on this rig in the bigger sizes. Post pics when you get yours on!
 

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Trifler said:
Mine is shipping also. I am thinking I am getting coilovers in the front to replace the stock shock and coil spring. Will post pics even though I know I'll get flamed for my wheel size =) Speaking of that whoever decided at Nissan that it was a good idea to go from 6x5.5 to 6x4.5 ought to be beaten severely. Man does it limit what wheels you can use on this rig in the bigger sizes. Post pics when you get yours on!
Sorry, no flames here.
 

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Trifler said:
Mine is shipping also. I am thinking I am getting coilovers in the front to replace the stock shock and coil spring. Will post pics even though I know I'll get flamed for my wheel size =) Speaking of that whoever decided at Nissan that it was a good idea to go from 6x5.5 to 6x4.5 ought to be beaten severely. Man does it limit what wheels you can use on this rig in the bigger sizes. Post pics when you get yours on!
I settled into this set up as well, but will hold on the shocks for now. Mine shipped yesterday.

The wheel options truly do suck.

It will be cool to see how your install ends up...I can't wait to see the shocks on. You can use the big blue spacers to hold Budweiser cans in on your work bench :)
 

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Wow I am kinda of surprised there are some many orders for the calimini 5". Does it need to be professionally installed?
 

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Wow I am kinda of surprised there are some many orders for the calimini 5". Does it need to be professionally installed?
The Frontier's with the lift installed have been bolt on. I think the one I have been following had a shop do it.
 
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