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Old 11-15-2010, 05:37 AM   #1
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Radflo c/o's or ome?

So Im going to be getting my lift very soon and Im wondering if anyone is running Radflo coilovers that has had the OME setup?? What is the ride quality like on both and do you think the radflos are worth the extra money??

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Old 11-15-2010, 06:06 AM   #2
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TexasIslandBoy is the only one I can think of off the top of my head that has the radflo's. Might ask him how he likes them.
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Old 11-15-2010, 06:45 AM   #3
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i have driven both, the radflo was the best ride i have ever experienced in anything with a lift.
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Old 11-15-2010, 06:50 AM   #4
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i really enjoy my radflo's they have been on for almost a year now and look great and ride great still im going to get them rebuilt in the spring just so i can add the remote reservoir not that i think its needed just for the bling factor
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LOL!! I thought I had made up my mind to go OME, but you guys make it hard. If the ride is really THAT good, it is worth the extra 400 and change for the radflo's. How much do they cost to be rebuilt? that may be the deciding factor, I mean if they cost less to rebuild than to buy new ome shocks if I have troubles then its a no-brainer.

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Old 11-15-2010, 07:09 AM   #6
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the cost to rebuild is cheap like 20 bucks each and it can be done with every day hand tools theirs tons of youtube vids to show you how and this is a vid i got yesterday while messing around at metalmillers shop with the tirerack in my bed testing it .... the ride is more than worth the 400 extra! i would give them a call and ask them whats the best price they can do they will work with ya the best they can

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Nice!^^
Im really considering the RadFlo's now... Or just the Toytec Ultimate lift kit....
But the RadFlo's seem like an awsome coilover.
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Radflo's it is!! Will be ordering in the next day or two. Where did you get yours?

Here is my lift break down:

Radflo 2.0 c/o's - $850
LR UCA's - $450
Sway bar relocate - $30
Axle shims - $29
U-Bolts - $40 ----------7.5 inches or 8.5 inches??
Add a Leaf - $80
Bilstein 5100 rear shocks - $170

Grand Total after TW.com discount shipped is $1648.44

Couple of questions: (Please answer as thouroghly as needed)

1) Am I missing anything??
2) Anything that I have listed that I won't need? (except UCA's)
3) Can I get any of this cheaper elsewhere and not take a major hit on shipping??


Thanks so much...
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Radflo's it is!! Will be ordering in the next day or two. Where did you get yours?

Here is my lift break down:

Radflo 2.0 c/o's - $850
LR UCA's - $450
Sway bar relocate - $30
Axle shims - $29
U-Bolts - $40 ----------7.5 inches or 8.5 inches??
Add a Leaf - $80
Bilstein 5100 rear shocks - $170

Grand Total after TW.com discount shipped is $1648.44

Couple of questions: (Please answer as thouroghly as needed)

1) Am I missing anything??
2) Anything that I have listed that I won't need? (except UCA's)
3) Can I get any of this cheaper elsewhere and not take a major hit on shipping??


Thanks so much...
cluck
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Old 11-15-2010, 10:10 PM   #10
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for the radflo's just got threw them i ordered mine from the factory gave me a great deal and they were super helpful
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Old 11-16-2010, 08:17 AM   #12
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it wasnt bad i think 35-45 bucks but thats down in texas so you might even be a little cheaper
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I don't know of many Tacoma's that run the Radflo's, but I know that a ton of 4runner guys run them and all love them.
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Ordered today!! Will post pics on arrival and when installed!!
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Well, finally got everything so thought I would post some teaser pics...


Radflos...these things are beefy!!


LR UCA's, just one--too lazy to unpack everything


Bilstein 5100s for rear


Add-a-leaf, axle shims and ubolts

Thats All for the lift, swaybar relocate not pictured...

And for the wheels and tires!!!!

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Scheduled to go on Monday morning!!! Will post pics then! And yea the wife says seperate bank accounts after this one!! LOL
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x2! theres also Icon and Fox. i'd go with either of these before radflos
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x2! theres also Icon and Fox. i'd go with either of these before radflos
Way to be a buzz kill dude!!! Just posted that I went with radflo!
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Way to be a buzz kill dude!!! Just posted that I went with radflo!
my bad! didnt mean to

id rather have radflos then my current bilstein/ome setup that i have, if that makes you feel any better!
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my bad! didnt mean to

id rather have radflos then my current bilstein/ome setup that i have, if that makes you feel any better!
No harm done! I have heard great things about the quality of the radflo ride. Since Im not going to be wheeling much, just want the best ride possible without braking the bank completely!!
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Nice! cant wait to hear about how they ride!
I thaught about going with the RadFlo's but instead im ganna do the Toytec Ultimate lift.
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