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Ironman4x4 FCP Foam Cell Pro Suspension Lift Kit for 2nd Gen Nissan Frontier, Light/Medium Load

Note: backordered until late August.
Manufacturer: Ironman4x4

Nissan Frontier 2005-19 Foam Cell Pro 2" Suspension Kit Stage 1- Performance Load (0-660LBS)

Foam Cell Pro provides exceptional ride quality, stability, and handling both on and off road. Built around superior strength and durability at a great value, Foam Cell Pro saves you money to put into the fuel tank so you can get out and explore.

There is nothing larger, stronger and more robust than the Ironman 4x4 Foam Cell Pro range of shock absorbers. The Ironman 4x4 Foam Cell Pro range is designed to meet all the demands and challenges faced both on and off-road, loaded or unloaded while producing a superb ride.

The key to 4x4 shock performance is dissipating heat caused by suspension articulation and making sure the mounting points are big enough to cope with the stresses a 4x4 vehicle endures; on road, towing or off road in corrugations. With more oil and a larger surface area, Ironman 4x4 Foam Cell Pro minimize heat buildup and maintain their ideal performance no matter what you throw at them.

The Ironman 4x4 Foam Cell Pro Features Include:

  • 2.8" outer body diameter
  • Chrome hardened piston rod
  • 1/8" exterior tube wall thickness
  • 360 degree welded mounts
  • Rebuildable design
  • Threaded height adjustable strut spring seat
  • Integrated bump stop (on applicable models)
  • Single piece solid mounting base
  • Solid one piece eye ring
  • Twin Tube Construction
  • Foam Cell Design



  • Ironman4x4 FCP Front Struts
  • Ironman4x4 FCP Rear Shocks
  • Ironman4x4 Front Springs
  • Ironman4x4 Rear Leaf Springs
  • Ironman4x4 Rear Leaf Spring Bushings
  • Ironman4x4 Rear Ubolts


  • 2005-2019 Nissan Frontier


  • Performance option, appropriate for 0-660lbs increased load 
Products specifications
Attribute name Attribute value
Fitment Nissan D40 2nd Gen Frontier (2005-2021)