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Is procomp four link kit compatible with icon radius arm drops?

Im trying to cheap out and not buy the icon four link kit. I dont want to mess around with real money and my play money is around 1000 dollars this month.

My questions is will the procomp adjustable four link kit number 9034 work with my icon 7 inch radius arm drop brackets. This will save my 200 dollars by not having to buy the procomp radius arm drop brackets.


I guess this is more a question to DC. Is it worth spending the extra 600 to get icon's kit. Will procomp four link work with my bracket.

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Not sure as we don't use Pro Comp.

Another option (sounds like between the price of the Icon and Pro Comp) is the OUO Adjustable Link Arms...these will work great with your setup:
One Up Offroad Adjustable Link Arms - 2005-2009 F250/350/450 4wd - Front Suspension Location - Truck Toyz Store

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DC would you recomend that set up over a true four link. is this a justifiable 500 dollars over the procomp kit. That looks top quality though. Just curios.

Thanks again DC

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DC the kit I was looking at was superlift no procomp. You carry that stuffy. Know if the four link kit will work with my icon stuff. Thansk again

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You can buy rough country arms for $250, check that out if you're low on cash.

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got a link to the rough country four link for 250. I cant seem to be able to find the four link sold without the entire lift.

You know if rough country is an adjustable four link too. Thanks

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Nope, we don't deal in Superlift either. We generally try and use companies that have a quality product that have most of their products made in the USA & Canada as opposed to overseas.


The OUO Adjustable Link Arms are a very nice setup. Extremely strong and adjustable. One of the big benefits of them is that you have the ability to slightly shift your axle forward some for better tire clearance if needed. They also are adjustable to allow for caster adjustment.
Much better option than the majority of other replacement radius arms and 4-links that are on the market today, IMO.


We have a customer with a 9" lift that runs the OUO ALAs with the Icon radius arm drops....I'll see if I can get Marty to get me a pic of it.
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Thats one of the main reasons of going to thefour link. Im lifting the front end one more inch so my tires stop rubbing and full turn. I am also trying to eliminate the wondering that my truck does as well.

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The OUO will do everything you need.
Not all 4-links are going to give you that ability, especially at that height.
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Here are the OUO ALAs with the Icon RA Drops at 9" of lift:


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