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Old 11-10-2010, 09:58 PM   #1
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Pro Comp, OME, Fabtech, or skyjacker??

Which one would be a better buy. Good handling, off roading, and rides close to stock but not as stiff.. What are your opinions in these four lift kits??? Thanks price is around $2,000.000 or less.
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Old 11-11-2010, 11:16 AM   #2
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OME is the only one out of your list that I would recommend. If you are going for a taller lift (drop-bracket), then I would recommend the RCD lift.
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OME is the only one out of your list that I would recommend. If you are going for a taller lift (drop-bracket), then I would recommend the RCD lift.
Os the OME a better ride?
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and rides close to stock but not as stiff
I don't believe ANY lift meets this criteria. They all have a higher spring rate than stock.

Some folks will tell you that their truck rides "better" than stock, but these are probably folks that like a "firm" ride, or are loading their trucks so heavily that the stock springs are hitting the bumpstops.

EDIT: especially since you're running a 4cyl - your truck is lighter than the V6s that lift designers were test fitting when they created their suspension kits.
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