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Procomp 4" lift

Just got a 2014 SR5 work truck. Ordered a Procomp 6" stage 1 lift at my local shop so I could run 35's. Few days later they called and said it was done but they accidentally ordered and installed the 4" lift! They said they would tear it out and order the right one but come take a look.
This will be a work truck and I had gone back and fourth between doing the PC 6" or BDS 4.5 They offered to throw in a free lumber rack which I needed anyway.

After reading some posts on how the 4" keeps the steering geometry closer to stock I decided to keep it. The lumber rack will add about 8" of overall height to the truck as well. So... it's big enough.

I think the proportion with the 35's look pretty good. Ride quality is excellent.
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Good choice! I researched for about a month, and brought my picks down from a 6" lift to the toytec 3" with CB shims.
35x18x12.5 fit perfect. Its a give and take when the 6" lift may or may not make the 35's look too small at times.
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Looks good, If you loading your truck to need a lumber rack, do you really want it higher anyways....?
(I must be getting old or really lazy or a combination).


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That's a nice looking screw up.

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You mind giving us a ballpark of the installed price?

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You mind giving us a ballpark of the installed price?

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It was about 2600.00 installed.
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Finally nice weather in the SF Bay Area
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Are those monsters +30 offset?

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It was about 2600.00 installed.
Thanks. That's going to cost me a lot of Honey do's

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What shop did you use have the lift put on?
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What shop did you use have the lift put on?
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You just sold me on what height I want to raise mine. Good looking truck!
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You just sold me on what height I want to raise mine. Good looking truck!
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You just sold me on what height I want to raise mine. Good looking truck!
Cool. The 4" is good.
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