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Tuff Country 6" Suspension Lift

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by Atron22, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. Atron22

    Atron22 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    K&N Cold Air intake 77 Series, 3 inch leveling kit front, AAL w 1 1/2 inch block, rear Pro Comp ES9000 Shocks, Dynomax Catback Exhuast.
    I was just wondering if anyone has a Tuff Country 6" Suspension lift setup on there Taco's? I am trying to decide whether or not to get this set up. Please give me any feed back, Pros and Cons to the set up.
     
  2. allrsdup

    allrsdup Well-Known Member

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    garbage. get the procpmp or fabtech.
     
  3. Firefighter160

    Firefighter160 Well-Known Member

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    Ive heard bad things about it, go with something different. Remember you get what you pay for and your suspension is no place to skimp...
     
  4. Atron22

    Atron22 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Ok. Thanks gentlemen. Glad I got your advise before I decided on what to do. I think I will go with the Pro Comp. Again thanks alot.
     
  5. Atron22

    Atron22 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    K&N Cold Air intake 77 Series, 3 inch leveling kit front, AAL w 1 1/2 inch block, rear Pro Comp ES9000 Shocks, Dynomax Catback Exhuast.
    Ok. so what about Fabtech? What's your opinion on that set up? And should I go with Stage 1 or stage 2 on either setup.
     
  6. Eman5pt0

    Eman5pt0 Well-Known Member

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    how much do the pro comps run ? and what would the install be on one ?
     
  7. ktmrider

    ktmrider Senior Member

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    He will respond but he actually has 2 trucks one with the procomp and one with the fabtec and IIRC he says he prefers the procomp.
     
  8. numbah57

    numbah57 BORN AND RAISED MAUI BOY

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    5% tint, camo wet okoles, AFE intake, shortie antenna, black front emblem/debaged, Morimoto FXR retro in blacked out stock housing, URD short shifter,no sway-bar, Ultra Guage, Camburg 2.5 coilovers and 1.25 uniball UCA, 4.88 gears, ARB front and rear, 255/85-16 KM2.
    A friend of mine has the tuff country on his 1st Gen, SHETTY.
     
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