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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-16-2005, 12:43 PM
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Best Suspension lift

New guy here...Just want to say before I start asking questions, that I'm looking forward to being apart of Off-road.
Now...I've got a 94 Full-size 2-door Chevy blazer. I'm going to be buying a lift kit, tires, and other things to make my truck off-road worthy in the near future. I really like the Pro-comp kits. I installed the 6" kit with double shock hoop along with a 3" body lift, and 40" tall Super swampers on my friends 2000 silverado and was very impressed with the fit and finish. It seems to work very well. Pro comp i've heard started it all when it comes to the IFS lift kits. I was just wondering if there were any kits out there that were comprable or better than the pro-comp kit. I've looked at SkyJacker, Superlift, Tuff-country, and a few others. I wish I could go with the Twisted-suspensions kit, but thats a little too crazy.
What do you guys think?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-16-2005, 01:42 PM
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Re: Best Suspension lift

You might have better luck posting on the "GM Standart IFS Trucks & SUV's board". Then you will be talking to guys with the same trucks.
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Re: Best Suspension lift

Ok...Thanks..Just wondering what other brands of lifts were worth looking into.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 03-20-2005, 06:22 PM
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Re: Best Suspension lift

Well, generally speaking you'd best ask the people who have trucks like yours. I've owned 4 different 4x4's of various makes and configurations in the past 5 years and it seems like all the lift makers have a crappily designed lift or two in their line up. They might make a great lift for a certain model but their lift for another model sucks balls.

That said I wouldn't run ProCrap lifts on anything I own. I had a 92 K1500 Blazer with the 350 and lifted it. Regretted it. PM or email me if you want my thoughts on this stuff. Either that or do a search for me in the GM IFS forum...I spent a lot of time on there in the past. Lotta good people there to help you though.
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