|Manufacturer||Pro Comp Suspension|
|Item Weight||91 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23 x 48 x 24 inches|
|Item model number||K5075B|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||K5075B|
|OEM Part Number||DFCWK5075B|
Pro Comp K5075B 3" Lift Kit with Coil, Add-A-Leaf and ES9000 Shocks for Toyota Tacoma '05-'10
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Provides a smooth compliant ride. Precise steering without bump-steer. Improves load capacity and reduces axle wrap. Maintains factory ride quality. Improves handling. Everything you need to lift your vehicle.
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Edit: I have put over 8000 miles on my truck with this kit and it is still holding up the same as it was when it was installed. My only complaint would be that there is occasional vibration. I assume it is coming from the driveshaft but I have had no luck solving this problem. If anyone else is experiencing this and has a solution let me know. I have looked through every message board on Tacomaworld and I have still not found a good solution. I put an OME differential drop kit on it, that didn't work.
Overall: The vibration is tolerable, but annoying because it wasn't present before I installed the lift. A lot of people seem to have the same issue, but it seems that there is a different solution to the problem with each individual lift you install and there is no "fix all" solution. The truck runs great and I still get compliments on the added looks from the kit. If I had to do it all over again, I probably would have gone with a Toytech lift or something that has a warranty, this one has been good so far, but I continue to see horror stories about the customer service, so I dread the day that something messes up with the lift and I get tagged with a few thousand dollars in repairs, (and most likely move on to a more expensive kit).
If you have the money, go with a nicer kit. If you don't, you won't be disappointed. Considering the cost, I don't really have much to complain about.
EDIT: 2016 DO NOT BUY THIS LIFT, Front shocks are spot welded and will snap under extreme pressure. I'm very fortunate mine happned off-road instead of on the road where other drivers could have been hurt. Contacted customer support and they pretty much told me to F off and that there was nothing they could do.
By 2015 Taco on August 4, 2016