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Nice find!
 

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Just ordered them. $282 w/ free ground shipping. I was a saving for the Freedom Offroad that you have but this is a deal I couldn't pass it up.

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They're cheap for a reason. Pro-Comp has gone by a number of names over the years. They are cheap off shore copies of real parts developed somewhere else - usually the US.

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Never buy cheap parts. They're too expensive.
That's a good generalization but for some parts cheap is fine. The average Joe doesn't break UCAs and it's not like were talking a small or even moderate difference in price between the ProComps and the high end pieces.
 

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They're cheap for a reason. Pro-Comp has gone by a number of names over the years. They are cheap off shore copies of real parts developed somewhere else - usually the US.

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Never buy cheap parts. They're too expensive.
Well they're normally $550-$600 & are made in the USA (California) with TIG welded Chromoly. I was told this vendor is closing them out(for the Colorado), that's why they are heavily discounted.

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That's a good generalization but for some parts cheap is fine. The average Joe doesn't break UCAs and it's not like were talking a small or even moderate difference in price between the ProComps and the high end pieces.
Just did some research & they are two completely different companies. Procomp Technologies (now SpeedMaster79) is not affiliated with Pro Comp USA in any way. Pro Comp USA is is a wholly owned subsidiary of Transamerican Auto Parts Co. (4WP) which was purchased by Polaris in 2016 that has only made aftermarket off road parts. | Transamerican Auto Parts
 

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The ZR2 uses a different UCA than the Z71 and other models of the Colorado. They show these fitting all Colorado's including ZR2 but that can't be right.
 

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The part number matches the pro comp part number, so are you guys saying that pro comp is just allowing a crap company to make an inferior product with their white label?
 

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The part number matches the pro comp part number, so are you guys saying that pro comp is just allowing a crap company to make an inferior product with their white label?
Not sure what you're referring to but, they are made at their factory in California.

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Just chuck em on and see how they work out. The rest is internet semantics.
 

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The ZR2 uses a different UCA than the Z71 and other models of the Colorado. They show these fitting all Colorado's including ZR2 but that can't be right.
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Called procomp they say it will work on the zr2


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I can’t find anyone running these on the ZR2 and can’t see how they would work I’m going to hold out for the SPC ones. Hope they release them soon.


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I can’t find anyone running these on the ZR2 and can’t see how they would work I’m going to hold out for the SPC ones. Hope they release them soon.


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That's what I would do. I think someone is just reading the description in their database and repeating it without actually realizing they are different applications.
 
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