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Old 02-22-2012, 09:54 PM   #1
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ProComp Lifts

I am really interested in going with a Procomp 6inch lift but I know there is a stage 1, stage 2 and I think stage 3 what is the big difference between all of them and should I start with Stage 1 and work my way up? Thanks for the help guys!
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I guess more for looks than anything maybe a little offroading but not to much. And didnt think there was a stage 3 wasn't sure that is why i asked
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I think the stage 1 would fit your needs. It utilizes the 6" Spacer in the front, add-a-leaf/block combo in the rear. The stage II is a set of Pro Comp coilovers with adjustable rear shocks. It is also almost $1300 more IIRC
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well I have a stage 2 and I honestly like it. Its stiff, but all 6 in lifts will be stiff. If you dont do lots of offroading then the stage 1 would be sufficient, but most of the guys with stage 1s like them but if money wasnt the biggest deal they would have got the stage 2. If money isnt the biggest factor I would get a stage 2. I wanted the better of the 2 kits so I just chose the stage 2. but if your mostly looking for looks this is a great lift. Check out my thread to see my truck. You want to run 33s or 35s?
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well I have a stage 2 and I honestly like it. Its stiff, but all 6 in lifts will be stiff. If you dont do lots of offroading then the stage 1 would be sufficient, but most of the guys with stage 1s like them but if money wasnt the biggest deal they would have got the stage 2. If money isnt the biggest factor I would get a stage 2. I wanted the better of the 2 kits so I just chose the stage 2. but if your mostly looking for looks this is a great lift. Check out my thread to see my truck. You want to run 33s or 35s?
Probably 33s i would love 35's but huge price difference I really like the nitto trail grapplers right now I have bilstein 5100s set at 2.5" in the front and a 3 inch rough country aal in the back and I have had this set up for going on 2 years and I am looking to upgrade and go bigger
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Probably 33s i would love 35's but huge price difference I really like the nitto trail grapplers right now I have bilstein 5100s set at 2.5" in the front and a 3 inch rough country aal in the back and i have nitto terra grapplers now and love them. I have had this set up for going on 2 years now. I am looking to upgrade and go bigger i guess
A lot of guys go with the 6in lift and 33s. If your looking for the most bang for your buck I would get the stage 1. You could even get the stage 1, then Icons for up front, and Deaver leafs in the rear to get rid of blocks and spacers.
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A lot of guys go with the 6in lift and 33s. If your looking for the most bang for your buck I would get the stage 1. You could even get the stage 1, then Icons for up front, and Deaver leafs in the rear to get rid of blocks and spacers.
Alright thanks for clearing up some the confusion. I checked out your build and You give me a lot of ideas that I could or want to do to my truck!
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I am in same situation except I have a 2006 dc tacoma 4wd and I am tryin to decide between the procomp stage 1 6" lift and the new rough country 6" lift can you tell me why or why not to get the rough country or procomp stage one, the rough country is 999$ installed for 1700ish all together
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