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Old 07-20-2012, 02:33 AM   #1
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ride quality for 3" pro comp?

been considering some 3" lifts. im not gonna be doing much offroading in the mud and probably never any rocks or desert stuff. just wondering how good the ride quality is for the 3" pro comp lift?
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been considering some 3" lifts. im not gonna be doing much offroading in the mud and probably never any rocks or desert stuff. just wondering how good the ride quality is for the 3" pro comp lift?
If its the blocks and top spacer. I wouldn't do it if you value your truck. I would suggest Bilstein 5100's if you was on a budget.
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The procomp is known for being about the stiffest riding 3" lift around.
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Save your $ for a better lift if you can (coming from experience)
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if i got it i would get the one with the leaf in the rear instead of blocks. but i do like the 5100 3" lift. i just need something that's not gonna do a lot of wear and tear on my truck and has a pretty smooth ride.
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Bilstein 5100s are a great choice for the money. i should have gone that route. since you're a prerunner, you might want to look into a spindle lift. they usually generate 3-4" of lift and ride as good if not better than stock.

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