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Old 10-09-2013, 08:36 AM   #1
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FEELER: OME 2.5" lift (shocks & 883 coils)

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Hey everyone, putting up a feeler for my OME front end kit. Only been on my truck for about two months, maybe seen three easy offroad runs. Love the performance on and off road, soaks up small bumps really well in the dirt. Will yield about 2-2.5" lift on a 1st gen tacoma. These are the 883 springs with OME shocks, and includes the trim packer drivers side spacer (not to be confused with the 10mm lift enhancer spacers- I don't have those). Looking to get $200 for the front shocks & coils. Local Socal, may ship if I need to on buyer's dime. Thanks for looking!




Here's what the lift looks like on my truck currently with stock size tires (31x10.5 r15) I really love the stance it gives. My truck on the left
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Old 10-09-2013, 01:21 PM   #2
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Will those springs be too stiff for a reg cab 97 Taco.
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Old 10-09-2013, 01:35 PM   #3
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Same ones as this?




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Haha I thought I'd see what Old Man Emu was made of. I'm running their shocks with 883's up front, rear is shit with a Wheeler's 2" AAL and procomp ext. length shocks
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Yup it is! That was right when i put it on.... Havent done anything like that since then believe me haha and I still agree that the rear is shit. I'm selling the front.
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Will those springs be too stiff for a reg cab 97 Taco.
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They shouldn't be. Mine is an xtra cab, and I don't have any extra weight up front. They will be a little stiffer than mine or a DC obviously, but "too stiff" is a subjective term. I personally don't think they would be, but everyone has his own opinion on what "stiff" is
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Feeler is over for now. Shocks I was going to buy are already sold. I'll update this thread if I come across another deal and I want to upgrade. Sorry buys
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Hey is this deal still available?
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Thanks for the interest. Unfortunately I won't be able to sell them unless I find a good deal on some extended travel coil overs (fox, icon, king, swayaway, etc)

I'll let you know though.
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