Here, you can see the relocation of the shackles and hangers to accommodate the movement of the rear suspension. Check out the extensive frame boxing that also went into this truck's construction.Here, you can see the relocation of the shackles and hangers to accommodate the movement o Up front, the suspension includes NCD Customs' Titan long-travel kit. The kit uses 4-inch-wider-per-side, billet-aluminum upper A-arms that also relocate the wheels 1 inch forward for extra tire clearance at the firewall. King 2.5x10-inch coilovers are used, running 600-pound coil springs in conjunction with King 2.5-inch air bumps with 4-inch stroke. The suspension lifts the front of Kyle's truck 5 inches and is fully adjustable. We measured the travel for the front end at 16 inches. Combined with the rear, this truck had no problem roaming the Barstow desert for our photo shoot. We pushed the Nissan pretty hard and never felt out of control, and even through some of the tougher sections the suspension soaked up whoop after whoop with ease. The tire-and-wheel combination Kyle chose includes Pro Comp Xtreme Alloy 17x9 wheels that have a backspacing measurement of 4.5 inches and a set of 31x12.5R17 BFGoodrich M-T tires. Glassworks Unlimited provided the front and rear fiberglass fenders which give enough clearance for Kyle's 37-inch meats. Mike's Auto Body laid a fresh coat of silver paint on the Glassworks panels to match the rest of the truck's body. Like the rest of the tube work, the front bumper was constructed of 1.75-inch 4130 chrome-moly tubing by Boneyard Fabrication and holds a set of Hella Rallye 4000 off-road lights. The front skidplate is made from 3/16-inch aluminum. The remainder of this truck is basically stock, but it won't be for long. If you attended the last Off-Road Expo in Pomona, California, you may have seen his truck on display. In order to make the show, everyone who contributed to this project had to work day and night for seven days straight to get everything fabricated and installed in time. Hard work does pay off - this Titan is proof of that. Measuring 4-inches wider per side, the NCD Customs Titan long-travel kit produced a whopping 16 inches of wheel travel - more than adequate for a truck that is built to not only terrorize the dirt but also be driven daily on the streets of Southern California.Measuring 4-inches wider per side, the NCD Customs Titan long-travel kit produced a whoppi King 2.5-inch air bumps can drastically reduce the amount of fatigue put on your frame and suspension system.King 2.5-inch air bumps can drastically reduce the amount of fatigue put on your frame and Boneyard Fabrication's rear cantilever suspension is quite a feast for the eyes. We were very impressed with the quality of welds and fabrication that went into this setup.Boneyard Fabrication's rear cantilever suspension is quite a feast for the eyes. We were The truck performed flawlessly in the dirt without even much test time on the new shocks. NCD Customs fabricated the pivot boxes out of billet aluminum to give the rear a little bit of bling underneath.NCD Customs fabricated the pivot boxes out of billet aluminum to give the rear a little bi The billet upper A-arms were relocated 1 inch forward for proper clearance and wheel-travel geometry.The billet upper A-arms were relocated 1 inch forward for proper clearance and wheel-trave « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!