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Old 04-03-2012, 09:38 PM   #1
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OME Jeep JK top spacers fit 1st gen tacoma.

So I have these sitting in my garage, they came with my brothers Jeep jk lift, and are part # OMEJKPF10

I have seen these being used to add some extra lift to an ome lift.hey are 3/8 inch. $20 plus shipping.

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Are they top spacers or coil spacers? They don't seem to have the holes in them for the strut studs, and they look to be a bit large...maybe a size comparison with the top plate spacer in the background of the pic?

Just curious...
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Box rocket has them on his double cab, here is his build where he lists they are the JK 10mm trim spacers.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/1st...doublecab.html

I've personally never used them, but as you can see, they work. I'll see if I can get him to chime in here.
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Yeah these work great. I'm using them in combination with my OME 882s. The spacer fits between the coil and the top plate. Here's a pic of my strut assembly right before I installed them. Should give you an idea how to put it together. These should work with just about any of the aftermarket lift coil.

10mm or ~3/8"

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what would the shipping be to 07848 ? and how long might it take? thanks
I'll check for you tomorrow.
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