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post #1 of 6 Old 06-22-2010, 04:19 PM Thread Starter
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Pro Comp Lift Kits

I was just wondering what is everyone's opinion on Pro Comp lift kits? My buddy recommends them and I can get them at a decent process or at least within my budget. I am lookin to get either a four inch or 6 inch lift haven't quite decided yet. I don't want my short girlfriend to pull out her climbing gear to get in the truck. Lol!

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What kind of budget are you looking to stay within?

We offer a few different 4-6" lifts for your truck.
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I have had two pro comp stage 1 lifts. I've never had a problem with them. The shocks that I have suck though. I would have went with the Rize radius arm drop if I had done my homework. It's not much more and I have read many good things about Rize. Either way, if you decide to go Pro Comp, I would recommend them.

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What kind of budget are you looking to stay within?

We offer a few different 4-6" lifts for your truck.
Right now I don't have a definitive budget. I am unsure also on the lift height I want. Can't really decide between a four and a six. But if I include wheels and stuff I would say about maybe 3-4 thousand. I did check out your site and put a few of those lifts kits up for consideration. Just been looking around, and the procomp thing was an idea from a friend from work who has his truck lifted too.

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if you are considering 6, go with 6. trust me on this.

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I have the 8" stage 2 and it's a decent kit

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