Nisstec MK84 0-2.5″ Lift Front Coilovers for 2005+ Nissan Xterra, Frontier and Pathfinder

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Nisstec MK84 0-2.5″ Lift Front Coilovers for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Nissan Xterra, Frontier and Pathfinder

Part: N-MK84-CO

MK84 series 2.0 coilovers-

Fits all 2005 and up Nissan Xterra, Frontier, and Pathfinder

  • 5/8” Nitro Steel shock shaft offering better corrosion resistance than chrome plating
  • Valved to your Nissan for improved on and off-road performance and handling
  • Clear-Blue Chromate zinc plated steel shock bodies
  • Adjustable from 0-2.5” of lift height. We recommend them to be run from 0-2” for best shock travel.
  • 200psi nitro charged and all shocks are dyno tested prior to shipping
  • Outfitted with Eibach Springs, the best name in springs. Available in 50 lb. increments from 500lb to 700lb to suit your vehicles aftermarket weight needs.
  • Fully assembled and ready to bolt-on with T-6 aluminum anodized top mounts.
  • Priced as a pair
  • Comes with a spanner wrench for adjusting lift height.
  • 100% Made in the U.S.A.!

We recommend the following spring rates for your Nissan

500 lb. springs- Great for 2wd stock front weight Xterra’s and 2wd- 2 door and extra cab Frontier’s. Also work great for a plush ride on 4×4 Xterra’s with no front weight

550 lb. springs- All stock weight 4×4 Xterra’s and Frontier’s. Good for 2wd models with skids, sliders, and tube bumpers.

600 lb. springs- All models with plate front bumpers, lighter 8000lb winch W/syn line, skids, and sliders

650 lb. springs- All models with plate bumpers, all of the above with some extra weight

700 lb. springs- Only for heavy oversized bumpers, heavy 12000 lb. winch W/steel cable, heavy skids, heavy


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  1. Answered by the admin Can't say exactly - we haven't tested it yet. It will depend on your rims offset and may reyuire some precise castorcamber adjustment

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