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I have the Pro-Comps. I got the bars and the installation kit from 4 Wheel Parts I think. I chose them for their easy bolt-on installation and reasonable price. We had to improvise a bit with the centering pins. They can be a little tricky if you have aftermarket lift blocks that are enclosed on all 4 sides like my Newton blocks are. We ended up drilling holes through the centering pins on my blocks and welding the new extension pins into the holes since I couldn't get the nut on the end of the pin extension without cutting holes in the side of my blocks. If I would have had the foresight to buy the ready-lift blocks or F350 blocks before I bought the Pro-Comp Kit, it would be pretty straight forward since those blocks have an open side. Other than that, installation was easy. I think they help quite a bit and the truck rides a little more stout. They're the only ones I've tried so I can't compare their performance to other options but I do like having them better than not having them.
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F250 CCSB FX4 (Built June of 2004)
T6 5W-40, Archoil, CAT ELC, ARP studs, Holders 175/Stocks, OEM Gaskets, Blue Spring, all the OEM updates, AFE Stage2, Powermax, WW2, Mishi IC Kit, 05+ Elbow, WPE Stage3, Sinister Headers, RCD Up-Pipe, MBRP 4", no Cat, Mishi Rad, BPD Water Pump, IPR Coolant Filter, 6.4 Starter, Swamps 58V FICM, DC 185V, PHP FICM Tuner, SCT X4, WPE Tunes, Edge CTS, 2.5" Leveling kit, ProComp Traction Bars, 33" Tires, MagHytec Cover w/ Amsoil in it, & some other stuff