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  1. For the first (simple) version, i used a water jet to make spacer plates that went on top of the struts. These are the exact same shape as the strut top. They had the large center hole and three outer holes for the mounting bolts to go through. How thick is up to you and depends on how much lift you want. The next step is to press/grind/drill out the three mounting bolts from the top of the strut. Weld in new longer bolts. Bolt it all back together like stock and you are lifted. Hope that helps you out. The second version was way more complicated and time consuming.
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    That would be awesome! I'm using air bags in the back but i cant find spacers for the front or any thing else, not looking to market this but just wanted to trick out my own murano, any other ideas would be greatly appreciated! Thanks poetater!
  3. I actually built it as a custom set up. Thought about marketing it but never had the time and money to develop it.
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    Hey Twilightz, just seen your work on the murano, it looks awesome! just wanted to know where you got the lift kit or parts to lift and level the murano. I have looked every where for these! Any info would be great! thanks Poetater.
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