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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-12-2012, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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For those following at home... I have ordered the HD OME kit. Waiting game begins.



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Excellent choice. If I could do it all over again that is the choice I would have made. Instead I did RC one year and two years later replaced shocks and struts. If I was doing it all at the same time OME is the perfect choice.

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I had the OME HD lift installed last month at a local 4x4 shop. I have not taken photos, but will.

By my recollection, it lifted the rear about 2 inches, and the front about 3.5, netting the perfect amount of lift I was after, while also re-setting the stance to a more appropriate level.

I will keep th estock wheels and almost stock tires on it for the forseeable future.


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Not sure if you got the lift installed yet. When I installed mine it didn't level it. The nose was lower than the rear. I had to get the leveling spacers from robby. Also the springs are labeled for left and right install. The driver side spring was slightly taller.

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