Hey guys I'm new to this site but have been a fan just never registered till now but I have a huge decision I need help with..
I found a Rough Country 6 lift for 1200 then I so found a Pro Comp 6 lift kit for 1400 both free shipping then I'm gonna add a 2 inch body with 37s on my 2010 titan need help on what lift to go with......... THANKS
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hey USAF you might want to be careful with the body lift stuff. I'd recommend staying with suspension type stuff only, you'll be better off long term. The best quality lifts for the titan are the CST and the PRG, they both work out to be a mid travel kit mostly. A little more money initially but a way better ride long term. I have the PRG upper arms and the CST spindle with FOX shocks with custom valving and a KING coilover. I currently run 35s with about 12" of travel. Just a tought.
Oh and I've jumpped my truck in the desert multiple times.
I've been running the Pro Comp lift for 6 years now with no complaints. Easy to install, only took one weekend in the driveway. Plus, you can get it from most places with a military discount to drop the price a little more. I saved 10% at 4 Wheel parts. Get PRG or Total Chaos Upper control arms or you'll have contact between your stock UCR's and the coil bucket. I've never dealt with or seen anyone running the rough country lift so no opinion on that one.
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