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pmf or pure performance

im going up 4 inches i cant decide on what brand to use. pure performace offers 4 link and all that, but so does pmf, pmf using the i con front springs is what im leaning more tward, and suggestions or past expereinces would be great
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Youll get a much better ride with the ICON springs. Plus PMF is made in the USA

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I have PMF leveling parts, Trevor is great to deal with and has very nice components! He gets my vote


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PMF bro...hes a sponsor at your board here, makes great parts...you will get to talk TO the guy building your stuff..made in the USA...etc..etc..etc...

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PMF get's my vote. I got my kit on finally, few holes were a bit too small, but it was one of the first 2 kits. All top quality stuff, and I'd do it all over again if I had the chance.
Here's a pic, don't have my traction bars on, still need to do something about the rear sway bar, and come up with a fix for the front brake lines that are dangling currently......I'll be posting up more detailed pictures when all of that's all taken care of. By the way, the Icon 7'' springs with the Icon shocks ride AMAZING!

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PMF. I have bought from Trevor before, real nice guy, great to do business with.

When I change my lift on my 02, it will be from PMF.

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I got Trevor's first 4 link setup and you can see the install pics in my PMF thread. Trevor's 4 link is rock solid. I believe it exceeds Icon quality at a Pure Performance price. The geometry is better than just about everything but Rize. You can't beat working with Trevor, he will bend over backwards to help you in anyway he can. Need to talk to him at 10 pm on a Sunday night while you are stumped on your install? He answers his phone a spends whatever time it takes to help you out. Since mine was the prototype you can be assured that it met all of my concerns and wish list for my 4 link. No off the shelf vendor did. Need something modified for your setup? He can do it. No question, if you want a 4 link you want a PMF.

TripleE, your truck looks great. Congrats man.
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PMF all the way I have his freewheel conversion and it is sweet. Customer service is second to none

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We are a dealer for Pure, kits ride very good, quality is great and all parts have a life time warrenty. Their 4 link arms are massive! We can upgrade the frame ends from flex joints to Helms or Monster Prodigy Joint's.
If I can get anyone additional info or prices on Pure's or Icons please let me know..we can also put together hybrid kits using Icon coils-shocks and Pures arms..if wanted. As our customers know I can be reached 7 days a week.

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