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McGaughys vs Pro Comp

Old 12-17-2018, 06:47 PM
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Oh wise ones lend me your knowledge

Between these two kits which would yall go with?

My main concern is ride quality so maybe later in 2019 ill upgrade that front spacer with an actual 6" coilover. Depending on how the spacer ride quality is.

I don't get off road much but do drive on lease roads at work. For yall that dont know just picture a bumpy county road i guess. Only doing aboout 5-10 mph so either lift can handle what what I do with the truck no issues.

I am leaning towards the McGaughys because somewhere i read this " McGaughys is the only kit on the market today that is an actual full drop down, not a 4" kit pushed up to 6"

Unless yall have some other kits you recommend Im all ears

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BDS, or if you want to save some money Zone (Fox is the parent company to both Zone and BDS) are also good lifts. From reading the forums, BDS is generally considered one of the best, especially with their no fine print warranty. I am personally getting a 4" BDS installed tomorrow.

This might also be an interesting option:
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Old 12-18-2018, 09:30 PM
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Procomp probably one of the less popular.

BDS and RoughCountry easily the most I would say.
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