Pro Comp Nitro Kits are the economical alternative to a complete suspension system. The Nitro Kits utilize coil spring spacers, torsion keys, and strut spacers to achieve front lift. This leaves the factory steering geometry intact, preserving factory ride quality and handling. The rear lift is achieved through coil spring spacers, leaf spring shackles or lift blocks. If you want to add larger aftermarket wheels and tires to your rig without installing a complete suspension lift kit, Pro Comps Nitro Kits were designed with you specifically in mind.
Ride is very good, used stock Toyota Tundra blistein shocks (only 3000 miles on them) only put toyo open country 275/70/18 AT's on it. The stance is much better than stock, look is far better than stock - put a level on it in several spots (it is level) not real aggresive looking - just better with out any sacrifice. Guys at 4wheel parts Santa Ana did a very good and quick install.
the installation of this kit was fairly easy outside of replacing lca due to seized cam bolts. the front gave 2.5 inches as stated but the rear barely gave 1" so prevous to lift i had 1 " rake (higher in rear) after lift 1/2" rake (higher in front) I will have to install blocks or aal.
My initial rating is 4 stars. Once I install larger tires I will update this review accordingly. To start, the truck looks great!!! No more droop in the front. I will be towing a 20 foot boat soon so I will then see how the rear holds up to a load. As far as ride quality goes, I do not see much difference from before the install. The truck does feel more solid and the ride a tad bit stiffer, which I like.
2013 JK Sport....There is an inch difference from the front to the back spacer...Is an inch a little bit too much. How much difference is there with the Teraflex front to rear or the Rubicon Express front to rear spacer systems? Thanks!
Asked by Chuck from Canton on
Hey Chuck, the inch difference is to level the Jeep out because the front sits lower than the rear normally. This kit will work out perfect for you. All these kits would be the same. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Canton on
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