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I only had mine on for a month so that's why i really have nothing to say about it haha.
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hey well at least it looks awesome, thats for sure. I haven't owned any other kit than a leveling kit so i have no idea ha
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The was just like me. Had the HBS 2.5 leveling kit. I'm not sure how long i'll be owning this truck for haha could be a week could be a few years lol.
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haha sounds like me, everything i own is always for sale for the right price haha.
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Few buddies have pro comp on this truck and find it squeaky and rough.... Only what I was told. Rcx isn't rough il say that much
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I haven't run any of the kits but I will chime in on what I've observed.

As Andrew said, the ProComp rear set up looks a little off to me. I don't like how they use a big spacer assembly on the bottom with your stock coils.

I've heard both good and bad out of the RCX kits. Either people love them or they hate them. If you're a pavement princess and on a budget the the RCX kit should work great for you. But if you start beating on it off road a little more things are going to start breaking.

If you have the money I'd say go BDS. As others have said, you get what you pay for. I haven't heard anything bad about the BDS kits on this forum. But there's not a lot of guys running them either so there's obviously less being said about them because of that.
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Dang all signs are pointing to BDS so far.
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id pick the bds out of those two.. but i would add bilsteins in with it to make it sit somewhat level... from what i seen the bds kit leaves quite the rake
Yup. Maxed bilsteins is needed if you go with the 5" rear coil
1.4 if you go with the 3"

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yeah, the only thing that makes me wanna lean to pro comp is the 5 year power train warrantee and all that pro comp covers. And my guy at the shop said it would sit level when he finished with it. I told him if it didn't he would have to take it off, he seems assured. He recommended it highly and runs it on his. But i just wanna know about people experiences, and it seems like your not high on RCX. which your not the first I've heard.
Honestly, that power train warranty will be questionable.
I mean... What does a lift have to do with the power train?
Pro comp will blame the heavy wheels if your power train fails.
I'd ultimately go with the BDS as I suggested as well as Chad
Fabtech if only you can do the coil over. Otherwise their standard lift has proved to give a cali lean right from the get go.
So no bilsteins required. Haha
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As Andrew said, the ProComp rear set up looks a little off to me. I don't like how they use a big spacer assembly on the bottom with your stock coils.
Its not a big spacer... Its 5-6 1/4" spacers the look like large washers.
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Dang all signs are pointing to BDS so far.
This is why I added BDS to the price list without you asking and priced it aggressively. So you can go that way.
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yeah, ive had my rcx for a few months now, and it is rusting. nothing like chadster is saying for me. But, I would say BDS is the BEST and most high quality kit for our trucks. BDS has been in the game and has a high quality rep in the market. Bang for buck: RCX. High quality and long lasting: BDS

i dont like the pro comps only because they achieve the least amount of lift.
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