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#11 (permalink) Old 02-25-2013, 03:59 PM
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you realize PRG is a reseller of products for the most part? Radflo, Bilstein, etc. The only proprietary parts he carries are the spacers (sold by many places for much cheaper. A spacer is a spacer) and UCAs (other reliable brands sold by other companies).

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zoom: you can save your snarky attitutde for someone else.

Yes I now PRG is a reseller and doesn't make all of the products they sell. However, the products are vetted by PRG, used by PRG, tuned by PRG, etc instead of some off the shelf product offered by other resellers.

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you are going to places I've been to.
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Originally Posted by chainsaw View Post
Yes buy prg if you want to spend to much money, wait forever to get the product that you long ago payed for, then get the product with missing or incorrect parts, then wait for a coulle of months to get an email responce from greg, then wait another couple months to get the replacement parts. .
Ordered multiple times from PRG, got my stuff in a quick and easy time just like autoanything, 4X4 parts, etc...

And for once, I agree with Zoom on this one

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Ordered multiple times from PRG, got my stuff in a quick and easy time just like autoanything, 4X4 parts, etc...

And for once, I agree with Zoom on this one
Im sure you have and Im pleased to hear you got everything in a timely manner but yours is not the typical story.

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I'm in the process of lifting a 2012 also....I went with PRG $1700 ultimate lift. I can only get 2" without hearing alot of banging.

I ordered Jan5th and today is Feb 26th with no resolve from Greg to date.

If I could do it all over again, I would go with a 2" spacer lift and a 2" body lift...that combo will easily clear 285-75-16's on your stock rims without cutting...and give you $1000 in savings. over the coil overs.

That would be my choice since I live in Florida and off roading is Sand or mud. There are no rocks in Florida. But we have tons of speed bumps!

I looked at the cal-mini 5" kit but there is cutting involved and because it hangs low, no clearance gain.

PS if you are going to put on a winch bumper, allow 4 months if you are going with Schrockworks
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4 months is wishful thinking. It's more like 6-8 months.
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Just my 2cts. but I put a daystar 2" spacer up front shackles rear and Deaver AAL on rear I got AT2 285/75-16 for b'day on stock rims one little rub at full lock right hand turn touches my mud flap just a tiny bit it all together gave me about 2" of lift I'm happy with that and it didn't cost my first born. I did invest in a full set of skids from Schrock the wait time was about 8 weeks but they are real!!! The tires are a little stiffer but do really good in sand pretty good in mudd the specs say that the tires are 33" where the 265/75 -16 are 31" again just my 2cts. but isn't this about sharing info to help everyone make their own decision.
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Well, I went with radflos front and AAL's/radflo rear and like them. I got them from Nisstec and they shipped fast as a mofo

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Add me to the Nisstec camp. I won't buy from anywhere else unless I don't have a choice. Some of the best customer service you can get with fast shipping times and reasonable prices.
Prg is also good, I just had a better experience over at Nisstec. Either place you choose to buy your parts will be good.

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