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Old 11-11-2009, 05:05 PM   #1
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To many lifts. What one to do?

I have been looking at lifts for the past 5 months and now i im just confused on what one to get. I have this stupid 3" spacer lift sitting in my room that i do not want to use. Now i am looking at the 3" ome lift, pro comp 3" lift, or saving and waiting until this summer for some icons. I really dont want to wait to lift my truck but if i have to i will. Thats all i hear about the affordable pro comp lift is that its crap. but on the other hand i have spoke to 2 people who have the pro comp lift and they so no problems so far. Then there is the ome lift which is affordable and its suppose to be durable. Or i can waitttt until summer and put on some icons. The only thing i like about the pro comp lift besides that its affordable is that it lift the back a full 3"s. All the other kits are usually 1 1/2 inches or 2. Help me make up my mind.
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you can always add more to the rear with other lifts. I added an inch using lift shackles from toytec. and lifting the rear a full 3 inches wont leave your truck level. it will be tail high
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Old 11-11-2009, 06:07 PM   #3
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you can't lift the 2nd gens with shackles
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Right now im leaning towards the ome kit. I originally wanted to install it myself. But this kit has a diff drop kit included. Is that hard to install does anyone have a tutorial on how to install?
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Wait and lift it right. You won't regret it in the end!
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Old 11-11-2009, 07:19 PM   #7
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Go with the complete OME kit... You won't be disappointed!
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Right now im leaning towards the ome kit. I originally wanted to install it myself. But this kit has a diff drop kit included. Is that hard to install does anyone have a tutorial on how to install?
are you going to be offroading any? either way the ome complete lift kit is your best bet! a diff drop is very easy to install. im sure there is a write up for it somewhere on here
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yes i do some off roading here and there but nothing crazyyyy! But i do want something that will last and not cause problems.
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Old 11-11-2009, 07:55 PM   #10
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great products at great prices. you will love this kit, go w/ more options if you got the $$$
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