OEM from Nissan or Infiniti is the easiest.... Some of us don't like the OEM so we're looking at alternatives. If you change them out for aftermarket, you also need to change the springds for some non-Tow package springs. PRG Products is looking into alternative solutions for us.
If you want cheap and are in a hurry, you can order them from Nissan. If you don't need the load-leveling, you can order the other springs from a Nissan dealership then put on some Monroe.
Ditto what Pops said about the spacers... I know PRG Products currently does have an additional option or two for shocks and as Pops stated above is currently working on some additional options for us- so unless you absolutely need to swap out shocks now... you might be better served to wait a bit for some even better options that are coming down the pipe. Especially for those of us with auto-leveling.
'05 Mada LE Slate
Mods Done: Bilstein 5100s in front, PRG 2" rear spaces, R1 Premium Drilled & Slotted Rotors, PosiQuite pads, Volant GenII CAI, 8K HID Lows, LEDs by ArmaDen, 3k HID Fogs, and Delete middle row console.
Mods in progress: JBA LT, PRT 300-cell hi-flo cat'd b-pipes, Borla xlr-1 muffler w/custom tubing, LED Engine Bay LEDs, Custom Suspension Lift by PRG, Custom PRG front & rear shocks, Custom PRG Rear springs.
Mods in contemplation: UpRev, GoodHood or custom hood, Steel front and rear bumpers, upgraded front springs, Custom roof rack and cargo basket, Additional lighting.
Unfortunately, I can't wait cause my friend from NY soon is going to Moscow, so I have asked him to buy this RS9000XL - front and rear.
One more question - how to avoid a computer mistake after the stock shocks will be replaced? Is it possible not to switch off a compressor, just to muffle compressor pipes - so that pressure there remained? Or there are another variants to avoid a computer mistake ?
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