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I'm wondering who all makes suspension lift kits for an '84 Nissan 720 4x4 pickup.What do they consist of and how much $$ are they?Will my p/u ride any stiffer with the lift? How much lift do I need to run 32"-33" tires?Will I need to also run a body lift for the tire size I want?Thanks----Tom
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Default Re: Are there any lift kits for 720 pickups?

Your in luck the only lift you need for your nissan is a 3" body lift
they do make a suspention lift but it will make your truck ride alot stiffer then it already does
but for your general info I think rough country makes the suspention kit ( contains: longer a arms to help realign truck after cranking the tortion bars, and block in the rear )
I sure you can get the body lift from summit racing
I have an 84 myself and all it has is the 3" body and i runn 3's w/very little rub ( only rubs at full lockon the frame but not bad you can compensate with 1/4 " wheel spacers if your that concerned about it)
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Go to www.4X4parts.com, these guys are the Nissan Specialist. I've been doing business with them for a long time. I own a 1984 Nissan King Cab 4X4.

It has:

3 inch body lift
2.5-3 inch Suspension lift w/ the updated front a-arms
PowerBarz single stage torsion bars
Nismo Racing 5.14 gears with front and rear posi
Shortened bed-20 5/8 inches shorter than stock
32x10.50-15 Super Swamper TSL Radials
Custom made front/rear bumpers and rocker rails
Mile Marker 8000lb winch
Toyota Camry luxo seats


and too many other things to list. I've owned this truck for about 15 years, bought it bone stock off a Doctor. I bought the gears, posi's and lift parts from 4X4parts.com

Prices are fair, excellent service.

GaryS
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Old 01-29-2005, 11:10 AM
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Default Re: Are there any lift kits for 720 pickups?

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Go to www.4X4parts.com, these guys are the Nissan Specialist. I've been doing business with them for a long time. I own a 1984 Nissan King Cab 4X4.

It has:

3 inch body lift
2.5-3 inch Suspension lift w/ the updated front a-arms
PowerBarz single stage torsion bars
Nismo Racing 5.14 gears with front and rear posi
Shortened bed-20 5/8 inches shorter than stock
32x10.50-15 Super Swamper TSL Radials
Custom made front/rear bumpers and rocker rails
Mile Marker 8000lb winch
Toyota Camry luxo seats


and too many other things to list. I've owned this truck for about 15 years, bought it bone stock off a Doctor. I bought the gears, posi's and lift parts from 4X4parts.com

Prices are fair, excellent service.

GaryS

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I can only Back up what Gary is commenting ... BRAVO A-C !!!! [img]images/graemlins/yourock.gif[/img]
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Old 02-09-2005, 06:05 PM
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Default Re: Are there any lift kits for 720 pickups?

I had one of the 85 models for 11 years, and did all the lift things to it.
When it came down to it, it was expensive and all the other parts wore out all the time.

It's not worth it for this old a truck, especially with the little 4 cylinder thats in it.

FWIW
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