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Old 10-18-2012, 05:41 PM   #1
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ProComp 3 Inch Lift Kit with ES9000 shocks?

Anyone running this lift? I have an Sr5 4WD looking to lift it a bit. Any other recommendations? Thanks! Zach

http://www.4wheelparts.com/Lift-Kits...K5075B#active1
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great! your truck looks nice. Do you remember how much the install was or did you do it yourself?
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I don't have the Pro Comp lift, but I paid around 500 to have my 3" lift, Light Racing UCA's, and alignment done. There's a lift install price thread.

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Old 10-18-2012, 11:27 PM   #5
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That kit is outdated. You're better off going with adjustable Bilsteins in the from and rear. To lift the rear you can buy an AAL or extended longer shackles. Pro Comp also sells a new suspension system called Pro Runner shocks which are better than the kit you posted.
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That kit is outdated. You're better off going with adjustable Bilsteins in the from and rear. To lift the rear you can buy an AAL or extended longer shackles. Pro Comp also sells a new suspension system called Pro Runner shocks which are better than the kit you posted.
i would still need new coils correct? Is there a kit with the blistens, coil and aal?
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You don't need new coils. You would use your existing coils. The shocks are adjustable to set your desired height. 100's of guys on this forum use them.
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i would still need new coils correct? Is there a kit with the blistens, coil and aal?
You don't need them. But certainly won't hurt. There are complete kits with 5100s, new coils, and AAL. Will be more money than just 5100s with stock coils up front and AAL in rear. Check out toyteclifts.com. The OME kit you can get on their site is a good option as well.
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I had that set up for about a year. swapped the whole thing out for billies and expo leafs. the ride off road was too stiff for my liking. do not have plate either. I heard that can help. decent lift for the price tho. I have stock O/R coils w/ my billies
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