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Old 03-11-2011, 04:53 AM
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Procomp VS Icon

Looking into lifting my F350... I want to run a 37" tire so I'm leaning towards a 7"-8" lift kit.. Any suggestions about procomp coilover kit ? Also really like the Icon 7" stage 4. Thanks for any feedback .... Truck is also 4x4
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Old 03-11-2011, 06:13 AM
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I believe I am the only one on the forum with the pro comp dual coilover kit. It is not very cheap. I paid $4,000 for all the parts for this lift. I love the way it looks and I get a lot of complements because of the uniqueness of the dual coilovers. I have not had any issues with mine.

The thing is they do not make this kit for the 2011 Ford. I bought one for a 2005-2007 F-250 and had to have a few things changed like the sway bar setup and the rear spring alignment. Overall I am pleased with it.

My buddy kodybyron on here has a bronze F250 and just had the 8" procomp stage two kit with resi's installed yesterday. We are both running 22x37s with no rubbing in any position.

The Icon is a great kit and sits at about 7"s and rides great. My lift sits at about 9"s.

There will be many opinions on both lifts you will here a lot of people on the forums bash ProComp, but they have been around for many many years and I had their lift kit products on my 2008 and 2011.

Good luck with your decision and it is really all about personal preference. I get people say my truck does not look good, and then others absolutley love it so to each their own.

Hope this helps ya!

I have attached a picture of my White King Ranch and my Buddies Bronze King Ranch with both ProComp lifts.





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Old 03-12-2011, 05:55 AM
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I believe I am the only one on the forum with the pro comp dual coilover kit. It is not very cheap. I paid $4,000 for all the parts for this lift. I love the way it looks and I get a lot of complements because of the uniqueness of the dual coilovers. I have not had any issues with mine.

The thing is they do not make this kit for the 2011 Ford. I bought one for a 2005-2007 F-250 and had to have a few things changed like the sway bar setup and the rear spring alignment. Overall I am pleased with it.

My buddy kodybyron on here has a bronze F250 and just had the 8" procomp stage two kit with resi's installed yesterday. We are both running 22x37s with no rubbing in any position.

The Icon is a great kit and sits at about 7"s and rides great. My lift sits at about 9"s.

There will be many opinions on both lifts you will here a lot of people on the forums bash ProComp, but they have been around for many many years and I had their lift kit products on my 2008 and 2011.

Good luck with your decision and it is really all about personal preference. I get people say my truck does not look good, and then others absolutley love it so to each their own.

Hope this helps ya!

I have attached a picture of my White King Ranch and my Buddies Bronze King Ranch with both ProComp lifts.





Thanks for all the information !!!! Both those trucks look killer...Still on the fence about what kit..My only concern with the procomp lift is i hear a lot of people chimming in about how bad there shocks perform..But i do like dual coil over looks killer !
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