I ran this very setup for around a year and was all around unimpressed. The daystar kit fails to level the front end out, resulting in increased fender flare rubbing with just 265's, I had to run it with no fender flares or bumper unless it would rub on the flare right about where the pinch weld is. Not only this, but it is a poly spacer that is more likely to fail then just a metal spacer such as the RC kit.
Just for some proof, after adding the OME HD 2" lift struts/springs and an additional 1/4" spacer, I gained 3" of lift in the front over my daystar kit. This makes me wonder if I was even getting any lift at all out of that setup. After comparing shots of my jeep with the daystar setup, and other members who had gone with the rough country lift, I would always feel as if the daystar kit was quite inadequate. Hell it took me running the XK with no bumper for anyone to even notice that there was a lift.
The reason I had to go with this kit is because I had 4wheelparts install it and that was the only kit they offered and they ensured me that it was a metal spacer, which I found out is untrue.
All in all, you will be fine with that tire and lift setup, but you will be MUCH happier in the long run if you just get an RC or RR lift, take it from someone who had to have this inadequate lift for awhile.
2015 Pro-4x Nissan Frontier/Factory rear electronic locker in factory modified rear Titan axle/2.5"Front\2"Rear lift
Sold-2008 3.7L QT-1 dark blue Jeep Commander/3+" modified OME lift with 3/8" Rocky Road strut spacer/4" rear SL springs/265/70/r17 Goodyear Duratracs (Load E)/1.5" spidertraxx spacers/F-150 Monroe Load Levelers/4xguard matrix, front guard, belly guard, and rock sliders/Airflow snorkel/Thrush welded exhaust/
Complete 3.07 to 3.73 V6 gear swap
Powertrax rear locker
Last edited by Ross; 11-30-2013 at 11:37 AM.