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I have a '92 Toyota pickup that I'd like to lift approx. 4" and I narrowed it down to the Superlift, Trailmaster, and Procomp. The procomp 'kit' is by far cheaper ($386) than the others, but that particular company doesn't exactly have the best reputation. Has anybody ever used Procomp for lifting IFS before or able to give any input? I'm not using their springs, just the brackets for the front dif. Any help would be appreciated. BTW, the procomp lift comes with a lifetime warranty from 4WPW.
 

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The Trailmaster and the Pro-Comp are exactly the same lift. Just different names. I'm selling my used Trailmaster with Rockstomper travel kit. I'm getting about 10" of travel. Not anywhere compared to the potential of a solid axle, but a great step in the right direction. Hope this helps and if you are interested, e-mail or pm me. Later,
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As stated above the Pro-Comp Stage 1 and the Trail Master are very simular kits. Superlift uses one piece 1/4" welded steel frames to drop the lower A-arm mounts. Both the front and rear frames for the lower A-arm mount are full length, struting from one side to the other, PC and TM only have that in front (hence the Rock Stomper brace). All three kits use identical cast iron brackets to span between the upper ball joint and the lowered upper ball joint mount. My Superlift kit included shocks and a 1/4" thick steel skid plate when I got it in '95. I think they sell the skid plate seperate now?? I gave almost $800 and that was for the front end only. I'd go with Superlift again.
 
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