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Pro Comp ES3000

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Product Information

MSRP: $200.00
Average Price: $141.90
Manufacturer: Pro Comp
Recommended?
Yes: 17 / No: 8

The twin tube cellular gas design of the ES3000 is engineered to substantially improve driving comfort and performance both on and off the road. With it's 10 stage velocity sensitive valving, the ES3000 self adjusts to various road conditions, while improving your vehicle's handling characteristics.
Features

- Rubber upper and lower mounting bushings
- External multi-lip wiper seal
- 10 stage velocity sensitive valving
- Gas pressure design
- 1-3/16" and 1-3/8" bore carbon stamped nylon banded piston
- Double wall construction
- Double welded mount
- Shock boot not included

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dieselwfd
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dieselwfd's Reviews

05-22-2008, 09:39 AM
Pro Comp ES3000
Recommended? Yes

Comments: much better ride. handles the rough country roads.alot less sway on the interstate.


djfred
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djfred's Reviews

05-20-2008, 02:02 AM
Pro Comp ES3000
Pros: Price?
Cons: Stiff ride
Recommended? No

Comments: They are not good nor bad i think. But they do ride stiff. If you want more comfy ride stay away from the Es3000, or just any procomp.
Ask around they are not the best shocks for comfy ride


kfbagt
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kfbagt's Reviews

05-19-2008, 12:02 PM
Pro Comp ES3000
Price: $144.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: shocks are nice and ride soft on the street. haven't got them to the trail yet but i expect good things


06grnrubi
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06grnrubi's Reviews

05-04-2008, 01:52 AM
Pro Comp ES3000
Price: $200.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I had to replace my stock shocks when I added the 3" coils springs. I purchased them at 4Wheel Supply in Mesa Arizona.


willhbauto

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willhbauto's Reviews

04-12-2008, 05:27 PM
Pro Comp ES3000
Pros: They're painted white
Cons: Ride horribly rough, stiff, does not properly match the springs in the Pro-Comp Lift kit I bought
Recommended? No

Comments: Replaced them with Skyjacker hydros and am very happy, Pro-Comp uses a good spring in there kit but uses a an absolute junk shock


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