1996-2004 Nissan Pathfinder Full Suspension Lift Kit 2WD 4WD

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Product Number: A3255 / NIPA96FK2020


  • 2x Front Billet Strut Spacers
  • 2x Rear Billet Spring Spacers
  • Installation Instructions


Our Supreme Pro-Billet full lifts are designed to accurately lift and level your truck for a truly customized ride. Each Spacer is designed to mount directly to your factory springs for a seamless install process. This front and rear lift spacer kit is CNC machined from solid blocks of 6061 T6 billet and then anodized to protect the pieces from rust or corrosion. Billet is specifically used for our precision parts requiring high stiffness, low friction and excellent dimensional stability. The major key in our product unlike our competitors who use polyurethane style spacers, is that both our spacers will never dry up or rot always maintaining the proper lift amount for the life of your vehicle.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Noah Buckley
Gets the job done

I just had the 2.5” front and 2” rear kit installed on my 2002 Pathfinder. The mechanic made it work, but the rear spacers don’t sit fully down on the rear differential. The “dome” shape where the bottom of the stock springs are seated doesn’t fit completely under the spacer. Therefore, the spacer would be resting on the spring seat rather than sitting on and being flush with the main part of the rear differential. There’s about a 1/4” gap where the spacer can’t go down any further...
also, after the front spacers are installed, the stock front cv axles won’t be able to rotate if the vehicle is hoisted (or airborne), they just don’t have enough flex. Not a big deal because I don’t plan on ramping it, but I thought I’d let people know.