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Old 11-25-2012, 03:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Finally Pulled the Pin... Pro Comp 4" Lift

Well i finally made my mind up after countless hours on the forum. My intentions started at a leveling kit, then a PC 6 inch and finally decided on the Pro Comp 4" and could not be happier. The truck is definately big enough for me and i was happy that i do have the option to go back to stock if needed. The 35's fit perfectly and the truck still feels good doing 80mph down the highway. Anyways, hope the pics work and i do recommend that anyone who is uncertain about the 6" lift take this one in to consideration (as of now). Now i just need to decide if i should put my pocket flares on unpainted (matte black) or get them color matched- and i considering sending them back altogether...either way the decision is driving me crazy!
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Love the stance! Congratulations!


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Really nice! I'm going with the zone 5" I think I the spring. It really makes a diff. with these trucks. Congrats!


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Old 11-25-2012, 05:29 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Looks great !
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Looks great. I've thought about taking my 3/1.5 off and going with this lift. If you don't mind, how much did you pay for install and lift?
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What do your fenders measure at? Kind of curious...

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Jerry: I know i am going to get flamed on the cost of this lift, but it was around 1675 and another 750 for the install (including the mount balance, alignment...etc) at 4-wheel parts. Its the first time ive ever let someone work on my trucks and i was a nervous wreck all day. The main reason i went with them is the new procomp "lift shield" warranty deal which requires an authoried procomp installer. Anyways, hope that helps give you an idea what your looking at as far as $$.
I will check the height from ground to bottom of fender tomorrow and post that for you Rockstate.
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Jerry: I know i am going to get flamed on the cost of this lift, but it was around 1675 and another 750 for the install (including the mount balance, alignment...etc) at 4-wheel parts. Its the first time ive ever let someone work on my trucks and i was a nervous wreck all day. The main reason i went with them is the new procomp "lift shield" warranty deal which requires an authoried procomp installer. Anyways, hope that helps give you an idea what your looking at as far as $$.
I will check the height from ground to bottom of fender tomorrow and post that for you Rockstate.
That looks great man. How does it ride? I'd rather pay the extra bucks too for quality and piece of mind.
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I wonder what the fine print is on that lift shield warranty. Their website looks like engine, transmission, transfercase, axles & gears.....

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Read post 465. looks like a no go for racks...
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The truck rides great, around town I dont notice any difference in the ride quality from stock. On the highway it is a little rougher (possibly the tires) but still a nice ride- i mean it is a truck. Altogether i am very impressed with the ride at this point (only put about 90 miles on so far) hope it holds up.

I took some rough measurements of from the ground to the fender. Looking like approx. 43-1/2" in the rear and about 42-1/2" in the front.
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That Procomp lift sure makes a big difference from a 3/1 leveling kit....might have to save up for one also. Love the stance, not too tall nor too low.
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Very nice! Love the lift man! Congrats!
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Old 11-27-2012, 11:28 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Love the look....what tire size did u go with?
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You have to run 20's, right?
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