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View Poll Results: what do you prefer
procomp 2 11.11%
toytec 2 11.11%
icon 2 11.11%
camburg 2 11.11%
sway away 1 5.56%
total chaos 0 0%
bds 0 0%
stock 1 5.56%
skylift 0 0%
king 1 5.56%
bilstein 3 16.67%
daystar 0 0%
fabtech 0 0%
fox 3 16.67%
all pro 1 5.56%
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Old 01-13-2011, 02:39 PM   #1
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best suspension

what do you think is the best set up

sorry i meant to put other just specify if you like something else
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Old 01-13-2011, 02:55 PM   #2
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There is no setup that is better. It just comes down to what you want and how much you want to spend. I have a 3" procomp in my truck and I spent $200 on it. It does fine for what I want right now but I'm looking into a long travel setup for the front and rear which is really expensive, somewhere around $5000 for the front and $1000 for the rear . So like I said it all comes down to what you and how muck do you want to spend. Do some research on the different kits that are avalible. I hope this helps.
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There is no setup that is better. It just comes down to what you want and how much you want to spend. I have a 3" procomp in my truck and I spent $200 on it. It does fine for what I want right now but I'm looking into a long travel setup for the front and rear which is really expensive, somewhere around $5000 for the front and $1000 for the rear . So like I said it all comes down to what you and how muck do you want to spend. Do some research on the different kits that are avalible. I hope this helps.
thanks but i wasnt really looking just wondering what would you prefer just a poll brother
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I choose all. They are all good kits but int he end it depends how much you want to spend and what you are going to do with it.
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There is no setup that is better. It just comes down to what you want and how much you want to spend. I have a 3" procomp in my truck and I spent $200 on it. It does fine for what I want right now but I'm looking into a long travel setup for the front and rear which is really expensive, somewhere around $5000 for the front and $1000 for the rear . So like I said it all comes down to what you and how muck do you want to spend. Do some research on the different kits that are avalible. I hope this helps.
You cant do long travel rear for $1000 or did you mean 10,000? About $4000 would be a good figure to start.
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