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I have the Readylift kit and I think it's an excellent product. The kit includes shock extension brackets for the front so you do not necessarily NEED new front shocks with the Readylift kit.
The readylift also comes with the Trac bar re-location bracket so you do not need an adjustable trac bar with that kit.
I don't know much about the pro comp kit but I believe that the readylift kit is the only one that comes with the trac bar bracket. If you get a kit that does not include the trac bar bracket, then you will need an adjustable trac bar (unless you don't mind your axle shifted to the left).
Also, no problems with running the 37's. They will rub at full lock, but for how good the truck looks, it's worth it!
Since you're trying to keep a budget, it would be a good idea to keep room in the budget for a dual steering stabilizer as well.
2008 F250 6.4L CCSB King Ranch
- Readylift 2.5" SST Kit, Bilstein 5100 shocks, 37 x 12.50 Nitto Trail Grappler on stock 20's.
2003 Corvette Z06
- Too Many Mods to List!