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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-03-2010, 01:23 AM Thread Starter
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Hey Im looking around to find a decent lift for my 92 ext cab Yota. and have come across a Pro Comp Lift for sale @ 4wheelparts.com i want to buy it but i have heard good and bad. so i thought i would just throw the question out there. IS A PRO COMP LIFT DECENT, STRONG, AND WORTH IT. OR SHOULD I CONTINUE TO LOOK? thanks
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You should not buy trucks parts like lift kits from a untrusted medium or online.Consult someone who have already used the lift kit and how much lift is suitable for your car.Be pateint will buying parts like this.
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Don't panic about 4wheelparts. they are well known, however you can use the store locator to find the store closet to you. If you do buy anything online, I would recommend a free pay-pal account for payment. that way the company you choose does not have access to your banking information.
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I think you will have to consult this from who have already used the lift kit and how much lift is suitable.
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I think you will have to consult this from who have already used the lift kit and how much lift is suitable.
I've got a ProComp 6" lift on my 99 and a 2.5" leveler on my 13 tundra. I'm happy with the quality and support on both products.
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I would say yes they are durable and inexpensive by the way. I bought my ProComp lift kit from 4wheelonline, they were on sale back then 20% off.
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