Pro Comp USA specializes in suspension lift kits since 1992. The main advantage of the products is their very affordable prices. In this review we’ll try to summarize the customers opinions on other aspects of these kits.
Installation – Easy or Not
Feedback varies widely on this matter. Some users admit missing parts and poor instruction, other say that it took them 3-4 hours to install with minimum technical background and help. To make up your mind, you can visit their web-site with installation instructions: http://www.procompusa.com/
Was the Advertised Lift Achieved?
I dare to say that generally people report having had the lift they paid for.
Specific Parts of a Lift
Bad shocks were mostly complained for, as much as I have heard.
Are Problems Easily Solved?
Many customers reported stiff ride, even on the road. However, some people say they like feeling the drive.
If, nevertheless, you are not that much into it, there are solutions, like putting on a 9000 LB winch on the front and a receiver on the rear. Or you can choose installing a track bar.
As far as I can figure out, these kits are good for short-basers, like Sahara, Rubicon and other Wrangler jeeps. Such problems as instability and noise were reported on a long base.
Remember 2 things:
- So many men, so many minds.
- People are often unhappy.
The above said should mean the decision is all yours. Make some research on Pro Comp suspension lift kits. And never scorn an opinion of people you know, who ride a similar truck with the same lift. Good luck!