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Pro Comp Introduces New Suspension Systems For Ford, GM, And Toyota Trucks

Posted in News on March 12, 2015
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Pro Comp has introduced new suspension systems for Ford, GM, and Toyota trucks. Pro Comp’s 6-inch suspension (pictured above) for the ’15 Ford F-150 allows fitment of up to 35-inch tires and includes high-clearance, one-piece crossmembers (they maximize strength while reducing weight); have ductile iron knuckles (these span the increased distance between the control arms with geometry designed for OEM stability control system and steering feel); a lowered differential (retains factory CV angles); and a heavy-duty skidplate (to protect the differential). The system includes strut mount spacers and sway bar relocation brackets. Shock options include the ES9000, adjustable MX-6, and Pro Runner.

Pro Comp has also rolled out 4-inch suspension systems for ’07-’15 GM ½-ton trucks (pictured) and the ’07-’15 Toyota Tundra, which allow fitment of up to 33-inch tires. These kits include a heavy-duty one-piece crossmember and CNC-machined knuckles. Strut spacers are used in conjunction with the factory front struts. The rear suspension is raised to match the front ride height via lift blocks, Add-A-Leafs, new U-bolts, and ES9000 shocks.

All of these Pro Comp suspension systems are covered by the Pro Comp Promise Lifetime Warranty and they also qualify for the Pro Comp Lift Shield 5 year/60,000 mile powertrain warranty at no additional cost when installed by a Pro Comp Authorized Installer.

More info at procompusa.com.

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