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05 murano - how to raise the front end?

Or lower the rear end, it looks like a stink bug.

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Really????
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Really????
Yes really! Back end is up in the air. Am I the only murano with a stance problem?
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I think we need to see some pictures of this.

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05 murano - how to raise the front end?

wow show us!



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Is it on stock suspension?
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Weather is bad right now, I will get a picture later. I just bought it used so I can only assume the suspension is stock but I just don't know.

BTW, I just had some 255x65x18 tires installed, the old tires where only 235x55x18 and where 2" shorter than stock. The new tires fill in nicely without issues and the ride is now 100% better.
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The OEM tire size should be 235/65 18, I think.

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The OEM tire size should be 235/65 18, I think.
Correct, that's why the tires on there where smaller and looked stupid!
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