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2.5" Budget boost procomp v. tf

So I was shopping for prices on lifts today and when I spoke to the guys at 4wd, they mentioned that they are running free install on procomp lifts.

http://www.4wd.com/productdetails.as...7&partID=41306

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http://www.quadratec.com/products/16190_2502_07.htm

Which one?
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umm I can't figure out what difference it would make but the pro comp kit says:

"Fits right hand drive vehicles only."


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Sorry Gents, but in my hast to post this, I selected the wrong comparison link for procomp.
This is the correct one.

http://www.4wd.com/productdetails.as...7&partID=41305

My thinking is that, if I buy a $400 kit and have it installed, I will wind up paying like $400 for installation, thus why not get better parts and get it installed for free.

I am assuming that procomps parts are better than others? IDK?

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Teraflex has better customer support, better quality, better products, better service, better everything.

ProComp sucks. Their products suck and their customer service sucks. Most important- they suck.

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I would stay away from Pro Comp. Find another kit that you like and get it and install it yourself. Also take a look at Rock Krawler 2.5 kits too. Call around there are discounts to be found.

Rock Krawler, Poison Spyder, Rigid Industries, Currie and more.

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I had the TF BB it was good. did its job and fit the 35s, good lift to start off with
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I had the TF BB it was good. did its job and fit the 35s, good lift to start off with
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