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Does anyone here use procomp shocks for the rear, es3000 or es9000? what are your input on these. will be lifting 3" using aal's and leaf pack rebuild.

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I had ES3000s at all four corners...goddamn those shocks sucked! They were stiff as hell, I don't recommend them.
 

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I had the es9000 in the rear, they worked well, and got good travel, a little on the stiff side, but way better then The Rancho rs5000 or whatevers lol!
 

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I have the ES3000's on the rear of mine. A little on the stiff side, but no real complaints. I'm happy with them.
 

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I just put some es3000's on my brothers ranger while installing his lift, alot better than stock is all I have to say.
 

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chopaholic said:
Does anyone here use procomp shocks for the rear, es3000 or es9000? what are your input on these. will be lifting 3" using aal's and leaf pack rebuild.

johnny
I have the es3000's in the rear, and I personally don't really liek them. They are very stiff, and dont ride to well IMO.
 

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Call me crazy, but I guess I'm the first one to say these shocks are kinda on the soft side. I have OME 881/N91 up front, and '94 pickup springs in the rear with ProComp ES3000, and my tail dips and rebounds more than my front.

When I had NWOR springs in the front, my truck had a nicely balanced ride. Now the front is firmer than the rear.
 
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