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- Enter the off-road arena with the expanded twin-tube hydraulic Pro Comp ES3000 Series Shocks
- Available in chrome stainless steel or durable black-coated aluminized steel
- Substantially improves driving comfort and performance on and off the road
- Twin tube cellular gas-filled design
- 10-stage velocity sensitive valving self-adjusts to road conditions
- Large 5/8” chrome hardened piston rod stands up to off-road abuse
- Teflon rebound stops deliver a comfortable on-road ride
- Double-welded shock mounts for maximum strength
- Your Pro Comp ES3000 Series Shocks are backed by a limited Lifetime Warranty
Up to now, hitting the backcountry could be done one of two ways—the comfortable way (expensive) or the backbreaking way (cheap). If you didn't have the cash for quality off-road shocks, you were left to suffer the wrath of the terrain. But with Pro Comp ES3000 Series Shocks doing the absorbing, you can flatten the trails without flattening your budget.
Crafted with a twin tube cellular gas-filled design, your Pro Comp ES3000s stay cool even during extreme abuse. The 5/8" chrome hardened piston rod and double-welded shock mounts deliver maximum strength while the Teflon rebound stops deliver a comfortable on-road ride.
Thanks to 10-stage velocity-sensitive valving, ES3000 Pro Comp shocks self adjust to terrain conditions, substantially improving on- and off-road comfort and performance. Plus, they're custom crafted for your specific year, make and model off-road rig, so installation requires no modification. Best yet, your Pro Comp ES3000 Series Shocks are backed by a limited Lifetime Warranty.
Pro Comp ES3000 Series Shocks Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Ryan R (RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy S10 Pickup — Jan 21, 2018 9:44 PM
I put these es3000 on my 2001 2.2l S10. Previously had es9000 witch lasted about 10 years. I don't do much off roading. The 9000 were way to stiff for a small truck. I am very happy with the 3000. They ride nice and based on my last pro comp experience I expect these to last quite a while.
Reviewed by Blake S (SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA) Reviewed for a 1996 GMC C/K 1500 — May 31, 2017 11:31 AM
Price is right and they definitely do their job. I like not having to spend a ton of money on an aftermarket shock for my lifted truck, and gives my customers a more affordable option if they need.
Reviewed by Juana B (Wilmington, DE) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler — Feb 21, 2017 9:07 PM
Replaced a pair of front end trail blazing shocks with these because they were ridiculously stiff for the road. These turned out to be very nice and much better performers on the road while still having more firmness and stability on modest trails. These are much better than factory and barely stiffer. The best feature though is that they are good from 0-2 inches of lift so they work perfectly with my 2 inch lift kit. When I go back to no lift which I'm planning to do. I won't have to change.
Reviewed by Kate O (Cosby, TN) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Cherokee — Nov 05, 2015 3:38 AM
I formerly had the Pro Comp ES1000 on my XJ and I needed to upgrade because I am doing more trail riding-the ES3000 filled the ticket-this is a great off road shock yet provides a great highway ride.