Pro Comp is the fastest, safest, least expensive way to bring the front of your Vehicle level with the rear. This gives you the clearance and ability to add wheels and tires up to 35 inch in dia. Pro Comp products do not affect the factory OEM ride quality or comfort. Thats why Pro Comp also offers a lifetime warranty for as long as you own your vehicle against defects for all of our products.
Makes for a terrible ride.
Purchased the second kit sold for a Jeep TJ. I have had nothing but problems with this kit. When it was installed by 4 wheel parts Azusa the front springs were so weak we had to ad Asseco's to get the front at the same height as the back. the mount used for the triangulated bar in the rear comes loose in 20-30 miles no matter what you use to tighten or secure it with. the plate installed over my diff cover to mount the bar causes my rear diff to leak oil no mater how many times its been sealed. The worst part about it is that my car worked better with the short arm lift kit. it had more flex better ride and "NO NOISE" This kit makes my Jeep sound like a 100 year old piece of rusty farm equipment. Its pretty bad when I would rather off-road my 1970's Suburban than my Jeep. I'm sorry please don't waste your money on this.
It was time to replace my shocks and springs (stock originals) I knew when the time came I would do a lift kit and bigger tires. I didn't want anything to high so I decided on the 2 inch (rubicon comes with a 1 Inch lift from the factory) I'm at 3 inches total and I couldn't be happier. I went with pro comp AT 285/75/16's (33's) perfect combo. Kit doesn't come with boots and that's a good thing so u can pick your own color if you want to match your jeep, thier cheep anyways.
Not a bad lift for the price, love the look it gives to my 35". However the instructions are HORRIBLE! left out some important details that I had to look on on google... Now that I know, 2nd round will go alot smoother
It was what I expected. 95% complete kit. Install was delayed by missing Shock boots that are pictured when purcasing but not included. A bit misleading. However, once installed I was very happy with the outcome. *** I had to upgrade to this package due to 4WD advertising and selling a different kit on sale that they did not have and had no idea when they exspected to have it in stock. Nothing more frustrating than ordering and recieving an email stating they don't have this item and have no idea when it will be in stock! (Keep in mind this was an "SALE" item...) Ended up spending "Twice" what my budget was for this project! :/
Improves handling and driving in all terrains. Now our Jeep Wrangler Sahara really looks as it should be. Theres nothing to worry about making this change in your Jeep. Grate buy
2004 Wrangler Rubicon w/ 100,000 miles Stock shocks and springs were worn, as were the tires, so I went with this lift vs. spacers over the spring. New shocks do not include shock boots, but shown in photo. No bump stops included for the new height. New front shocks had powder coating on the threads. I had to wire brush them to get the nuts on without cross threading. Old shocks came off with a lot of difficulty (rear bolts snapped, front studs on top of shock were fused to nut), but that seems to be common and not a fault of the kit. Just be prepared for the hassle of having to deal with it. If you snap the rear bolts, they are M8x1.25-30mm. The only hardware included are the nuts for the front shock stud, and the bar pins are not fitted to the rear shocks (also a slight pain to install, but if you use the metal sleaves included in the rear shock parts bag, and some WD40 on the rubber bushing, it makes pressing them in a tad bit easier)
I had broken a spring on my 91 YJ and needed to get it back on the trails (and road). 4wd representative was VERY helpful in getting me to an affordable kit that would replace worn and broken parts. Two 5 hour days were required. I had two jack stands, and two small jacks. Normal tools. I did need to remove the front stabilizer to gain BFH access to remove the stabilizer links. Pickle fork would have been helpful. I also had to ream the lower hole of the rear stabilizer extension. This was done by fastening the extension in place and running a full size drill through the slightly misaligned holes. All of this was done while RV'ing in a RV park. Nice Kit, Affordable and Straight Forward Installation. I am not a professional, but do have experience in Auto-mechanics and other mechanical skills.
Did install on my wife's "05 jeep LJ. Easy to install didn't take long at all. I've been buying procomp lifts for a couple years now and one thing I've found is they don't always have the best ideas. The instructions said all you had to do was take off the tires and remove shocks. I knew there would be more too it but I tried just too see. No bueno.... You must undo the track bar bolts for front and back. Same goes for the sway bar bolts too. After I did that it was too easy!
I have got a 2012 Wrangler 4 door. I bought this lift and put on some 34's. It changed the appearance very well. But the caster would not meet factory spec after the lift was instaled, so a lower adjustable control arms are a must.
is there a need to worry about the drive shaft angles with a 3" lift
Asked by murphy from chaplin saskachewan on
murphy, the Pro Comp Suspension 3 Inch Lift Kit with ES3000 Shocks would not put too much strain on your driveshaft. Anything more than this would require you to think about an SYE and CV driveshaft. Thanks for the question!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from chaplin saskachewan on
What comes in this kit? Is there anything outside of this I may need to lift my stock 1985 CJ7?
Asked by Alex in Atlanta from United States on
Hey Alex, the Pro Comp Suspension 2.5 Inch Lift Kit with ES3000 Shocks would not require any other parts. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from United States on
What Shackles do I use with this Kit, and is this currently in stock?
Asked by Mark from GP Wods Michigan on
Hi Mark, This Pro Comp Suspension 2.5 Inch Lift Kit with ES3000 Shocks works well with these heavy duty shackles, thanks for your inquiry. http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Lift-Kits-Jeep-Lift-Kits-Suspension/Heavy-Duty-Shackles.aspx?t_c=1&t_s=101&t_pt=8660&t_pn=RUG18265.01
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from GP Wods Michigan on
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