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Old 12-12-2012, 06:54 AM   #21
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No chance you got 884x by accident ?
If so, they were mislabelled at the factory. They were in a box that said 885x and there was a little red sticker label thing wrapped around each coil that said 885x. Picked them up from Toytec. They definitely had about 2.5" of lift when they were first installed.

Any way to check if it's the right spring without taking the coilover out and disassembling it?
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Old 12-12-2012, 08:18 AM   #22
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If so, they were mislabelled at the factory. They were in a box that said 885x and there was a little red sticker label thing wrapped around each coil that said 885x. Picked them up from Toytec. They definitely had about 2.5" of lift when they were first installed.

Any way to check if it's the right spring without taking the coilover out and disassembling it?
Do you have any additional weight up front ? ie bumper / winch ?
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Do you have any additional weight up front ? ie bumper / winch ?
A deep cycle battery and a 2nd A/C compressor at the moment. Plate bumper will be coming soon. That's why I'm thinking of bumping the 5100's up to the .85 setting
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A deep cycle battery and a 2nd A/C compressor at the moment. Plate bumper will be coming soon. That's why I'm thinking of bumping the 5100's up to the .85 setting
Steel plate bumper ?

Might wanna consider 886's.

Odd that you seem to have gotten 3/4" less lift than everybody else running the 885x
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Steel plate bumper ?

Might wanna consider 886's.

Odd that you seem to have gotten 3/4" less lift than everybody else running the 885x
I am considering them for the future, but I won't be running a permanently mounted winch so I figured I'd be ok for now. The entire suspension will be getting an overhaul in another year or so. 886's, dakars, and shackle flip.
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Annnddd the dakar's are back-ordered so it looks like I'll be waiting between christmas and new years for the install... =[
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