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Posted: Feb 08 2024 at 10:28am | IP Logged Quote Rubble

Missgirl wrote:
Hi there,
I have a 2015 Pathfinder SL and I'm wanting to put a
lift on it, not for wheeling purposes, but more for
clearance when I tow with it, work on it / under it also
for very mild off road activities. I'm in need of some
advise as I have no idea on the proper way to go about
this, from how hight to lift it, to correct lift kit and
tire size. I just need a starting point. Thanks for your

My advice is to talk with Your Nissan Service Manager to
see what His/Her Advice is.

Modification's to The Suspension can Decrease The ReSale
Value.   Raising the Height Can Affect how the Truck will
Handle when encountering Curve's and Sudden Avoidance
Maneuvering. If you need to adjust the Level of the
Vehicle when Towing, A Weight Distribution Hitch is What
Nissan Advise's. Raising the Height of the Suspension
also affect's the Proper Headlight Allignment and need's
to be adjusted so that Your Headlight's don't Blind
oncomeing Traffic. The Front End may also need to be
realigned for proper steering and Tire Wear.

Raising the Height can also cause Your MPG to be LESS. I
read about Owner's Complaining about Low MPG a Lot after
Modification's to the Suspension, Engine, Exhaust, Etc.

My advice is to stay within the parameter's of How the
Truck is Designed to Function.

2013 SV V6 Frontier KC/AT/2WD; Previous 20 yrs ~ '93 I4 Hardbody KC/AT/2WD, Sold.
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