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Old 04-23-2011, 03:11 PM   #1
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Used OME 881s and N91S shocks assembled

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I have OME 881 coils and N91s shocks for sale. I bought/installed them in March of '09 for my 96 Tacoma. They were on for 1 year until I purchased an 01 and stripped the 96 to be recalled by Toyota for rust. The 01 came with Kings so these have been sitting in the garage on a shelf since.

They won't win any beauty contests, but they aren't doing anyone any good just sitting there. They are still assembled and have a stock top plate on them.

(Toytec) OME coils: $170
(Toytec) OME shocks: $250
(Toytec) Assembly: $20
(Rockauto) Top plates: $80
Total: $520 for the new parts

Asking 60 + shipping. I do wheel my trucks, but I also take care of them. That's why the price is what it is.

Pictures upon request. I am ~20 mins away at UVM in Burlington but I can go take some if somebody is interested.
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Old 04-23-2011, 03:15 PM   #2
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dibs. can you post pictures please. also can you get me a shipping quote to 55125
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I will go grab pictures tonight and post them on this thread. The shipping quote will have to wait until Monday though because it is after 4 today and UPS/USPS will both be closed for Easter. You are first in line though, if one forms.
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I will go grab pictures tonight and post them on this thread. The shipping quote will have to wait until Monday though because it is after 4 today and UPS/USPS will both be closed for Easter. You are first in line though, if one forms.
Sounds good. You didnt take off any rear shocks by chance did you?
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I have OME 881 coils and N91s shocks for sale. I bought/installed them in March of '09 for my 96 Tacoma. They were on for 1 year until I purchased an 01 and stripped the 96 to be recalled by Toyota for rust. The 01 came with Kings so these have been sitting in the garage on a shelf since.

They won't win any beauty contests, but they aren't doing anyone any good just sitting there. They are still assembled and have a stock top plate on them.

(Toytec) OME coils: $170
(Toytec) OME shocks: $250
(Toytec) Assembly: $20
(Rockauto) Top plates: $80
Total: $520 for the new parts

Asking 60 + shipping. I do wheel my trucks, but I also take care of them. That's why the price is what it is.

Pictures upon request. I am ~20 mins away at UVM in Burlington but I can go take some if somebody is interested.
How many miles did you put on this setup before you took them off?
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<10k miles.
I call 2nd dibs.

Make sure you get the pics up asap, I'd hate to see the mods close it.
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3rd deebs. i got money burnin a hole in my pocket.
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how much lift?
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how much lift?
~1.75
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These ever sell?
just waiting to hear back from him for shipping. but im buying them
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