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Old 11-01-2012, 11:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ProComp 4" or Icon Stage 5 kit?

I think I have it narrowed down to these two kits. If I go with the ProComp I want to run coil overs. What are advantages - disadvantages of one or the other. I like the fact that the ProComp offers a bit more lift. The Icon stage 5 kit appears completely different? Any input would be great! My truck is a daily driver with often off road trips. Whats the best performer?
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Old 11-02-2012, 06:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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pro comp 6 inch lift is almost the same price
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From what I've seen the pro comp Kits are quite a bit cheaper. The stage 5 kit is 4200 with out bump stops and install. I'm leaning more for performance than looks so I think I'll go with the stage 5 kit...
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From what I've seen the pro comp Kits are quite a bit cheaper. The stage 5 kit is 4200 with out bump stops and install. I'm leaning more for performance than looks so I think I'll go with the stage 5 kit...
Gnarley 4200?! that must be a good ride then. Good luck! Let us know how it goes!
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I know bro it's pretty steep. It includes coil overs, rear dual resi shocks, deever leafs and billet control arms. It's a stand alone kit which I like, no cutting cross members, changing spindles etc. soon as my Harley sells its game on! Thx for the input guys so far
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I would go icon. Going to perform much better offroad and like you stated above no cutting the cross member. Check out wheelersoffroad for the icon kit. They have pretty good prices. Good luck with selling the bike.
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Usmctundra, ya I have settled on the icon kit, much better performance IMO as well. The cheapest I found was a bit over 3600, not too bad I guess considering what you get. Thx, it's going to be tough I think to get the bike sold in the economy we have, but I'll get er done!
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your buddy at extrememotorsports cant hook you up?
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Ya that's through them. About 600 under retail. They were leaning on the pro comp kit because they are a pro comp dealer and the package price woulda been real nice, but I'm settled on the icon kit. You get zoned up yet??
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Ya that's through them. About 600 under retail. They were leaning on the pro comp kit because they are a pro comp dealer and the package price woulda been real nice, but I'm settled on the icon kit. You get zoned up yet??
why dont you go with a pro comp 6" lift with coilovers then? my appointment is at 8am tomorrow.
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Personally I think for overall performance, high speed in the dunes and general off roading the route I'm goin is substantially better. The 6 inch looks sick but too high for me, The roll center and handling are effected a bit negatively. I have a few buddies who are trophy truck drivers and that's who I have been getting info and opinions from. My buddy has the pro comp 6, looks amazing, rolls around and handles like a school bus. That would drive me nuts.
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Pngo. Dude you gotta be stoked! Truck is going to look sick tomorrow! Pics asap
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Personally I think for overall performance, high speed in the dunes and general off roading the route I'm goin is substantially better. The 6 inch looks sick but too high for me, The roll center and handling are effected a bit negatively. I have a few buddies who are trophy truck drivers and that's who I have been getting info and opinions from. My buddy has the pro comp 6, looks amazing, rolls around and handles like a school bus. That would drive me nuts.
yeah if you plan on doing all that then thats probably the route you should go. you look into kings? thats the route most go when doing all that.
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Pngo. Dude you gotta be stoked! Truck is going to look sick tomorrow! Pics asap
yes sir! itll all be posted in my build thread. i have flares coming in soon too and will go out for paint. we can always meet up somewhere too if you want to check it out after its done. i seen a beast at my work last night, he had a 12" lift for sure on it.
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