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Old 11-08-2011, 05:34 AM   #1
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procomp 3" lift question

Hey, so I have been trying to lift my 08 Tacoma for a while now. Have got estimates from all the local shops,and the cheapest I've seen is $800 for the 3" lift from Pro Comp(labor included).

If I decide on this lift,what other expenses am I most likely leaning towards?
Thanks in advance.
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I would look into one of these two kits before I would go Pro Comp

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I would look into one of these two kits before I would go Pro Comp

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X2, procomps lift pairs overly stiff coils with twin-tube shocks, leading to a fairly harsh ride.

Also if you go up to 3", you will likely need new UCA's.
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