|Item Weight||11 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 8 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||KN09105BK|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||KN09105BK|
|OEM Part Number||KN09105BK|
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Daystar, Nissan Frontier 2" Lift Kit, fits Xterra and Frontier 2005 to 2014 2/4WD, all transmissions, all cabs KN09105BK, Made in America
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Daystar Comfort Ride 2" Strut Spacer and Shackle Kits are designed to improve ground clearance, allow use of large tires and enhance the performance of the vehicle. They are made from high density polyurethane that ensures long lasting durability. These kits facilitate easy installation.
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As to the ride and adjustments, I still have to get the 2008 frontier aligned, but with the new shocks/struts the vehicle rides better than ever. New lift ride quality I can’t even tell it’s there. In front (with new shocks/struts it raises vehicle over 3” in front and almost 3” in the rear. It was due for new shocks and struts before I bought it. It should settle some.
Super happy about the whole update/upgrade.
Rear shackle settled and is now hitting the tail pipe. I have 2 options, 1) modify tail pipe or 2) reinstall oem shackles and use a diff lift for rear. I talked to mechanic and muffler shop the cheapest option (that looks decent is to use an add a leaf spring lift. So the oem shackles are being put back on and I am adding another lead spring to each side. These shackles were easy to install I wish they would have worked.
As for the grease able shackles, there's not much to say about them, they're shackles, I painted them black so they would be a little less obnoxious, but they do their job just fine and were simple enough to install. They also add a little extra articulation and softened up the ride which I thought was nice.
Installation was very simple strait forward. The only thing with this lift that some other users complained about was the camber, and it's not an issue with just this lift, ANY lift expensive or not will mess with the suspension geometry and is going to require at least adjustable chamber bolts to compensate for the changes. Some people get lucky and don't need the camber bolts, other people like me, need camber bolts AND adjustable upper control arms because the lift made for so much positive camber on my truck that camber bolts alone were not enough to completely tune it out.
I've recommended this lift to many people as an unbeatable budget lift, don't listen to negative reviews posted by people who saw the composite spacers and didn't even bother installing the lift, and ignore the negative reviews by people who install the lift and then are shocked that their alignment is out of whack, any lift will mess with suspension geometry and require fine tuning/adjustment, the only difference between this and a way more expensive kit is that the expensive kit might come with the $30 camber bolts required to fix the camber adjustments, but odds are you'll just be paying more for a big name and less components, and you'll have to buy camber bolts anyway.
The shackles could be more robust in my non-professional opinion. When you hold them you don't get that feeling that they're over built. Though the sleeves are greasable, which is a bonus.
Installing the fronts, I found that I did NOT Have to remove the whole shock, as the lower control arm moved down low enough, and I have a 4x4 to boot. The spacer is installed by adding "extended bolts" to the top of the strut. The bolts felt fairly solid and I think will hold up well.
I would recommend buying some new cotter pins for the pre-existing bolts on the suspension, they shouldn't be used after removal.