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Can you ID this lift/spacer?

I purchased the Jeep with these already installed and was wondering if anyone recognized which brand they would be.
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Looks fairly similar to the Unity preassembled strut/ spring I just put in mine, which is a stock replacement. I hate working with clamp on spring compressors after I had one fail and launch the spring through a wall. IIRC the OME's are yellow, the Billsteins are blue/yellow, Fox is usually silver, it just depends. If you're planning on replacing them with a specific brand that you want, just go with what you want!

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This is a fairly standard kit across a few brands really. Daystar sells the same spacers also.
If you ever had to replace these it will be super easy to find what you need for less then $200 a set (including the matching rear).

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This is a fairly standard kit across a few brands really. Daystar sells the same spacers also.
If you ever had to replace these it will be super easy to find what you need for less then $200 a set (including the matching rear).

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I think I saw a spacer too. I've got the daystar full kit. bought it like 5yrs ago for something like $180
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Thanks guys, looks like its the daystar kit.

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