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Old 07-06-2011, 04:17 PM   #1
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cant decide, pro comp or toytec

I know everyone will say the toy tec 5100. I am looking for the 3" leveling kit. From what i understand the procomp 3" actually gives about 4" or more, but that comes with problems such as needing to replace uca's and diff drop is not included and strut spacers are needed. I like the fact that the procomp lift gives more lift. I can always fix the rest of the problems as i go right. Anyone have any suggestions. Is the 5100 any good? i need some pros and cons. I just bought an 08 4dr 4x4 trd sr5. help me
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5100s are good. Many people use them.
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I know everyone will say the toy tec 5100. I am looking for the 3" leveling kit. From what i understand the procomp 3" actually gives about 4" or more, but that comes with problems such as needing to replace uca's and diff drop is not included and strut spacers are needed. I like the fact that the procomp lift gives more lift. I can always fix the rest of the problems as i go right. Anyone have any suggestions. Is the 5100 any good? i need some pros and cons. I just bought an 08 4dr 4x4 trd sr5. help me
I know when lifting and changing the dynamics of a vehicle you are gonna have regular maintenance on the part. I wouldn't buy something and expect to fix problems off the get go.
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