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I purchased the pro comp es9000 shocks is there any issues with them or is there anyone on here who has them installed. IF there are any people on here with them so pics and reviews would be appreciated. If you know of anyhting let me know.

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no one has n e help with this?
 

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This is not text messaging. You can spell out the words. In the same time you typed n and e with a space between them you could have typed "any".
 

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well i am sorry sir it is kind of a habit. i did not know that it made that big of a deal. if i were to say N E or any but okay. I now know that.


Does any one have any information about these shocks or is anyone using them?

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IDK, b/ u shld no I m stock....N E way.....don't call him sir, he'll get a big head....if the admins would update the forum and add a product review section, it would be nice.:)
 

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I now Pro Comp makes good stuff. My friend that has helped me with my mods uses Pro Comp on his custom build suspensions. But those are for trucks with 20" + lifts. He wanted me to use Pro Comp too but I was really into Bilstein since they are the only company to make a replacement strut for the front end. As long as you match up your shock length and travel to your oem, you should be fine and enjoy them. Do you know what they are valved at? Also, do you know what the bolt hole size is? you may need spacers to go from a 1/2" to a 12mm.
 

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i am not positive on that but i do know that the company i purchased them for stated that they are direct fit to the 06 commander at stock height and or lifted. i have my lift kit at my house and my tires at my house i am just waiting on the wheel spacers and the shocks to go ahead and actually start messing with it. i just figured i would bring up the question to see if any one had any information on them but i believe i am going to be one of the first if not the first to put them on. i guess ill have to just hope it all goes well.
 

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I think that you will be the first. Not a lot of members running aftermarket shocks besides the ones that come with the lift kits. I also did a search in the forum for those shocks and only came up with your threads. Good luck and let us know how it turns out.
 

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ya i checked the search box and couldnt find anything. I will let you guys know how it comes out. thank you for everything. i am kinda excited and scared i hope they dont mess anything up. also iu was curious can i purchase the rocky road 2.5in lift and use my 2in skyjacker spacers or is the rocky road kit a spacer kit as well? thank you
 

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I am very happy with my Bilstien 5125's. Pro Comp is in my opinion "just OK". I do know that the company that makes their shocks and steering stabs also makes them for Rancho.

I have a 4" Pro Comp lift on my 2004 TJ, and have not been totally satisfied with it. Springs aren't the same as shocks, but this company is just really good at marketing. They pretty much flood the market with their kits and parts, and people assume that because they see them in every offroad mag, they must be good.

Let us know how you like them...They will be really easy to install too...It might take a whole 30 min, so if you don't like them, you could easily take them off and replace them with something else. Struts, on the other hand...not so much.

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bsnyder717 said:
ya i checked the search box and couldnt find anything. I will let you guys know how it comes out. thank you for everything. i am kinda excited and scared i hope they dont mess anything up. also iu was curious can i purchase the rocky road 2.5in lift and use my 2in skyjacker spacers or is the rocky road kit a spacer kit as well? thank you
The RR kit is a spacer kit. I think the only kit that you could keep them with is the 4" superlift for a total of 6"s.
 
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