Go Zone if you want a cheaper lift. I hear good things from them. I am told the 4.25 combo lift is pretty sweet. 3" of lift- 1.25 body. I hear springs and shocks are good. No adjustable control arms though...
I personally went Savvy/Currie. Anything worth doing is worth doing right.
I have a 4" pro comp suspension lift and I personally don't like it only because of how stiff it is the coils are ok like I said stiff but the have held up great I will say pro comp shocks are absolutely TERRIBLE seriously its the worst ride I have ever experienced it's not "garbage" but it's not top of the line Offroad it's just fine does what it's designed to do the only reason I don't like it was because of the road manners I am actually taking mine off at the end of the month I went with a Dpg Offroad ultimate lift kit I have heard awesome reviews you should check it out
I put Pro Comp shocks on my truck and they SUCKED...rode rough as hell and started squeaking like crazy after just a month or two. Ended up replacing them with the cheapest Gabriels Autozone sold. Truck rode like a Cadillac with the Gabriels compared to the Pro Comps.
I do have Pro Comp front and rear bumpers though...bought em cuz they were super cheap and they're holding up just fine.
For an SYE...I'd go with something that's got higher reviews. At $600 for the SYE/driveshaft, I think you can find quite a few with good reviews in that neighborhood.
Here you go...$480 and these have excellent reviews.
cant speak for the SYE, but i'll agree with their products.. i had a pro-comp "rock crawler" bumper.. the hitch receiver was welded on crooked.. other than that it did its job.. now would i want a vital piece like an SYE made by this company with this reputation? no.. i hope they offer a good warranty
A SYE is not where you want to take a risk on quality. Get a JB Conversions tail housing and get a drive shaft made locally or by one of the several good vendors. If they use Spicer parts, that's a plus.
I'm running Pro Comp Extreme MT's 33x12.5r15 right now. They are factory blems I got for $100 each at a local mom and pop tire store opening. Couldn't turn them down, the "blem" is that some of the white lettering was off. I ran that side in anyway, so really didn't care. I have nothing but good things to say about them. Still ride fine with tread left after 30,000+ miles. Great in mud and snow.
That's the only Cooper or ProComp product I've had, always hear bad things about PC lifts.
Bringing this back to the top. a few months ago, I bought a jeep that had a procomp lift on it. The jeep was sitting too high for my taste, so I dropped it back down to stock height. The only part of the lift that stayed were the control arms, since they looked beefy! Well, I've been trying to track down a clunk when I hit the gas leaving a light... Tossed the GoPro under the jeep, and this is what I found! Check out where the control arm bolts to the frame:
ProComp's arms with bushings like those don't have a good ruputation. They have so little flex, actually less than the factory arms do, that they have a nasty habit of tearing control arm mounts off where they are welded to the axle or frame. Tera's first-generation control arms have the same problem.
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