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Old 07-25-2011, 10:57 AM   #1
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To be as up front as possible, I know nothing about lifts. I have read through about every lift inspired post on this website and have decided on the following:

OME Suspension Lift Kit, 885 Coils, Top Plate Spacers, Complete Rear OME CS047R Springs with U-Bolts and Light Racing Upper Control Arms

With that said, is there anything else that I should add? For that matter, would you change anything out?

To give you a little information, this will be my DD but I do fish and hunt so off road capabilities, although not "wheeling" are important.

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Old 07-25-2011, 11:28 AM   #3
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What are you putting the lift on and what's already on it? (ie, double cab, access cab, is it armored, skids, plate bumper, winch, etc). That info would be useful.
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What are you putting the lift on and what's already on it? (ie, double cab, access cab, is it armored, skids, plate bumper, winch, etc). That info would be useful.

Haven t picked the truck up yet but it will be a 2007+ Double Cab Short Bed, no armor, plate bumper or winch. Maybe a pre-runner looking light bar up front.
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:43 AM   #5
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Haven t picked the truck up yet but it will be a 2007+ Double Cab Short Bed, no armor, plate bumper or winch. Maybe a pre-runner looking light bar up front.
Does the rear kit come with shocks, drive shaft spacer and shims? They may not be needed but they're good to have on hand if you develop vibes and they're relatively cheap if you buy them with the kit.
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Does the rear kit come with shocks, drive shaft spacer and shims? They may not be needed but they're good to have on hand if you develop vibes and they're relatively cheap if you buy them with the kit.

No, it doesn't have those included but I will definitely pick them up. Thanks for the heads up!

My plan is to take the vehicle straight to get all of this installed the moment I pick it up.
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Old 07-25-2011, 12:08 PM   #7
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If you are installing the OME Dakar leaf pack , read this thread and get some centre pin collars and install them when you put in your leaf pack , cheap insurance in case you need to use the axle shims later

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sho....php?p=2839336
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Old 07-25-2011, 12:10 PM   #8
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No, it doesn't have those included but I will definitely pick them up. Thanks for the heads up!

My plan is to take the vehicle straight to get all of this installed the moment I pick it up.
Install the OME CB drop ( fitting kit FK29 ) when you install your lift , wait on the diff drop
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Old 07-25-2011, 12:16 PM   #9
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Install the OME CB drop ( fitting kit FK29 ) when you install your lift , wait on the diff drop
Did you put this on your truck? I bought the CB drop kit and haven't installed yet because it looked like it would make straighten out the shaft between the CB and diff, but create a new issue between the transfer case and CB

I'm assuming yours is working out well though?
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Old 07-25-2011, 12:21 PM   #10
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Did you put this on your truck? I bought the CB drop kit and haven't installed yet because it looked like it would make straighten out the shaft between the CB and diff, but create a new issue between the transfer case and CB

I'm assuming yours is working out well though?
Yes , I installed it with the lift .

I added no vibes by installing my lift .
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Yes , I installed it with the lift .

I added no vibes by installing my lift .
Damn... I guess I should put that thing on. It's been sitting in my cup holder for months
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