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Pulling the trigger on a Pro Comp lift kit part # k5079b 4 inch for my 2010 c/c tundra.I will be putting on 35x12.5r20 nitto trail grapplers.I am also going to use the Pro Comp lateral traction arms and the skip plate.Is there anything else I may need to complete this job ? Thanks
 

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also will require midget cheerleaders for the entertainment value to help you thru the stressful parts
 

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then find a bar to drive to where you can park it and admire it while you drink more beer
 

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Never heard of any of my friends having problems with pro-comp and most toyota dealers in the are only with put put on pro-comp?

What are some common issues? I think the 4" is perfect if you ever wanna park in your garage for the winter or to work on it.
 

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Looked at this lift a little, how much did you find it for? I was wondering if this lift still lets you hit some good off road action or is it just for looks?

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Thats the lift i want, becase there is no cutting, but i have 18" wheels..:-(


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Rough Country has a little trim, no real cutting

You will also need a 39mm 12 point socket, not a common tool
 
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Never heard of any of my friends having problems with pro-comp and most toyota dealers in the are only with put put on pro-comp?

What are some common issues? I think the 4" is perfect if you ever wanna park in your garage for the winter or to work on it.
I don't know of any problems with it either. I think PC lifts are a little over priced but you never hear anything bad about them.


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Really, procomp says you have to use 20" wheels... And 4wheelparts.com has 300 off instantly any pro comp lift over 1299


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Same crap they said in 08 when I bought their 6" lift. Their backspacing requirements were off too. Their customer service sucks. They usually forget to include all the parts that are required. Their parts will look five years old after a year. Their customer service sucks. They're owned by 4 wheel parts. They suck too. 4 wheel parts and PC are over priced. And last but not least, their customer service sucks.


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