Alldogs Offroad Complete Lift Kit w/ Koni 90 Series Raid Shocks for 2nd Gen Nissan Frontier

Manufacturer: Alldogs Offroad Coop

Select this to gain around 1/2" additional lift.  (May cause minor CBC on OEM UCAs)


Looking for a lift kit built around one of the heaviest duty shocks out there?  With many years experience in shock absorber design and manufacturing, KONI - the leader in Heavy Duty shocks for buses, trucks, trailers, military applications, and railway - decided to combine its high level of technology and its 4x4 market knowledge to create a new range of offroad shocks dedicated to extreme overlanding and offroading - the RAID 90 Series.  RAID 90 Series shocks feature 40% more oil volume than their 82 Series Heavy Track shocks and are significantly more resistant to overheating / shock fade.  The shock bodies are manufactured from heavier gauge steel and are more resistant to dents and dings.  They also feature progressive internal hydraulic rebound stop valves and bump stops.  

We've put together this ultimate builder page to allow you to custom-tune your lift kit to your specs.  We've bundled the world-tested and world-renowned Koni 90 Series RAID shock absorbers with our ADO coil and leaf spring options to give you the ultimate spring and shock pairing lift kit that won't break the bank. 

Koni 90 Series RAID  shock absorbers are the heaviest-duty shocks you can get your hands on.  They've been proven worldwide in the most extreme operating conditions.  Like the 82 Series, they feature a rebound-adjustable twin-tube design and they're built for durability and longevity.  Koni shocks are superior in quality and performance to competing products and this is evident in the robust construction and materials used in manufacture.  

Our Alldogs Offroad coil springs are manufactured in the USA.  We did extensive research and scouted producers across the country to find the best coil spring manufacturer out there.  The manufacturer we've partnered with is a significant producer of coil springs for the military.  Their coil springs are also found in nuclear reactors across the country.  Our leaf springs are manufactured by companies that specialize in medium-duty and heavy-duty truck / trailer applications.  

Kit includes adjustable cam bolts. 


  • 2005-2021 Nissan Frontier


  • The front shocks used to increase travel compared to OEM Frontier shocks and require aftermarket UCA's to prevent coil bucket contact.  The UCA option is strongly encouraged. 
  • RAID 90 Series shocks are encouraged for use on vehicles with permanently added weight, front and rear (steel bumpers, winch, rooftop tent, etc) for best ride quality.  Not recommended for stock-weight trucks unless you like a firmer ride.  
Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
FitmentNissan D40 2nd Gen Frontier (2005-2021)
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Vs 5100s
Been running these for about a week and a half now, after running Bilstein 5100s for 30k miles and stock for 1500 miles. I've got a CC LWB truck with ARB bumper, winch, and a popup camper, so loaded up it's about 6000lbs. Running heavy front coils with the 1/2" lift spacer and spc control arms, for about 2.5" lift. In the rear I'm running BrOverlander leafs for about 1.5-2" of lift. Lift heights are pretty much unchanged, within about an 1/8" compared to the 5100s, within margin of error for my measuring methods.

I've done about 300 miles of driving with 150 miles of hitting every condition I could find to test them out. Compared to the 5100s I have a bit more body roll, especially in tight hair pin turns. There is also a hair more front end dive on braking, but not nearly as much as stock. On everything else, from rough pavement at any speed, to graded or washboarded gravel, pot holed or rock strewn gravel, rail road track crossings, and even on small bumps like bridge expansion joints the Raid 90s are a better ride. They are harder to bottom out too. The 5100s do offer a bit more control in the corners, but I'm not sure its worth the notably worse ride off pavement. Even for someone like me who likes winding roads like Tail of the Dragon. A rear sway bar would probably help with the body roll, so I think these shocks will be great on 3rd gen trucks with the swaybar.

With the BrOverlander leaf pack and these shocks I have about an inch more drop in the rear than I did with the 5100s, enough to make my brake lines very very tight, so either be prepared to unclip them, use extensions or longer lines.
Zane | 7/29/2022 9:39 PM
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