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Old 11-24-2010, 01:02 PM   #1
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6" Pro comp stage I or 6" Tuff Country lift???

Im trying to beside between the 6" Pro Comp or 6" Tuff Country lift?? Which one is better? If you know of any other 6" lifts that are under $1500 let me know please. Plus i would like to see some pics? Thanks, Cole
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Old 11-24-2010, 02:08 PM   #3
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have 35,000 miles on my procomp and it's taken all the abuse i've thrown at it with ease
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does the 35/12.50/17 rub with the 6" or do you have to get wheel spacers?
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I went with the 6" Procomp lift. I have only had it on for about a month but I have had really good results both off road and on road driving. I went with the 33" in tires this go around, no rubbing or cutting.

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does the 35/12.50/17 rub with the 6" or do you have to get wheel spacers?
no rubbing at all daily driving, but flexing while turning the wheel off-road my tires rub. i also have no sway bar
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Love the looks of the 35"s but, I understand what you mean with the rubbing!
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I would say neither. Get a 3" lift that way you get better performance just my cents..
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I would say neither. Get a 3" lift that way you get better performance just my cents..
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Ive heard a lot of bad things about the Tuff Country 6" kits on the forums. Might as well go with the Pro comp or Fabtech.
x2 and the trail master, if they even make it anymore
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Ive heard a lot of bad things about the Tuff Country 6" kits on the forums. Might as well go with the Pro comp or Fabtech.
what kind of bad things have you heard?
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What do yall think abouy the rough country 6" lift it's only 999$ it's what I tryin to decide if I want to get it
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