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Does anyone know anything about these Procomp Struts/Shocks

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by TacomaDan, Sep 26, 2009.

  1. Sep 26, 2009 at 5:24 PM

    TacomaDan [OP] Don't go off ninjin

    Apr 27, 2009
    First Name:
    Woodland, CA
    1996 Toyota Tacoma Fully Not Loaded
    Love, Cobra 29 LTD BT CB w/ A2000 Highgear antenna, FOX/Fabtech Coilovers, Magnaflow
    So I bought my truck and it came with Procomp ES3000 struts up front and ES9000 shocks out back. Does anyone know anything about them? The back rides hard as hell. Is that the way its suppose to be? I have never owned a Tacoma before. I'm not complaining I'm just curious! Thanks in advance! And I know you guys like pics so here are some. I know I love pics! These were taken with my new Sony DSC-HX1. I'm not advance enough to use a DSLR...


  2. Sep 30, 2009 at 8:42 AM

    crazydaze_95 Well-Known Member

    Jun 9, 2008
    ne md
    mall crawler till the jeep dies
    6inch fabtech lift kit, 35inch mickey thomphson atz, 16inch pro comp rims, deck plate mod, k&n air filter, diff lock grey wire mod, b&m trans cooler, flowmaster 40 muffler, clarion dxz755mc head unit, pioneer 6x8 3 ways in all four doors, infinity basslink powered subwoofer, mesh grille, power moonroof, geared to 4.88, fabtech light bar, custom skid plate.
    hi, I put pro comp shocks on my cj7 jeep and dont care for them. They are very stiff and are leaking allready after only wheeling with them 3 times.Not saying there is anything wrong with pro comp in general, just saying their shocks dont seem very good.
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