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MaxTrac's 6.5-Inch Nissan Titan Lift System Affordably Fits 35-Inch Tires

To maintain factory ride quality, the front lift also includes strut spacers. MaxTrac uses laser-cut 1/4-inch-thick plate for these fabricated spacers, which are finished in high-gloss grey metallic powdercoat. They mount on top of the OE coilovers. Extended-length DOT-compliant braided-stainless steel brake hoses are also part of the package.

Rear lift is achieved with 4-inch fabricated steel blocks (which are gloss-grey metallic powdercoated) with proper-length U-bolts. Rear upgrades also include extended-length gas-charged shocks. To correct the driveline angle following the lift, MaxTrac includes a carrier bearing spacer, which is finished in gloss-grey metallic powdercoat. MaxTrac Titan Suspension Lift

MaxTrac estimates installation time at 4-6 hours, depending on the installer's experience. No welding or cutting is required. However, brakes have to be bled after installing the kit's braided-steel hoses. Headlights should be re-aimed at the end of the job.

For Titan owners who want more flexibility, MaxTrac also offers its 6.5-inch kit's components individually. Other Titan options include a 2.5-inch spacer-style front leveling kit, which provides clearance for 285/70-17 tires. Using the 4-inch front spindles alone accommodates up to 33x12.50-17 tires. For Titan owners who want either a nose-high pre-runner look or a raked factory stance, MaxTrac offers 1-inch-lift rear shackles as well as 1-, 2- and 3-inch tapered rear blocks.

All MaxTrac Suspension systems are meticulously engineered and tested. MaxTrac components are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

For more information, please contact MaxTrac Suspension, 4030 E. Leaverton Ct., Anaheim, CA 92807, 714-630-0363, www.maxtracsuspension.com, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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