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Old 12-10-2012, 04:13 PM   #1
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Is anybody running the 2in OME?

I know a lot of people on here have the three inch but I didnt know if anybody was running the 2 inch? I was thinking maybe just running the two inch and then I wouldnt have to worry about uca's. So is anybody running the 2 in setup, if so how do you like it and have any pics? Thanks
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Old 12-10-2012, 04:21 PM   #2
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Never heard of a 2'' but I have the OME 885 coils with the nitro chargers under them and when I put them on the height was about 3'' but now with time I'd take a guess and say its between 2 and 2.5''. I have stock uca's and the alignment isn't terrible but it has room to improve, the only gripe with the whole thing is that it doesn't ride as smooth as before (also have trail grapplers which don't help either) but that is expected when putting a stiffer suspension on a truck. In the rear I have a aal which does fine for my purposes and levels out the truck nicely, although if doing it again I would go for the dakar leaf pack and not fuss around with the aal.
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Old 12-10-2012, 04:34 PM   #4
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maybe they are referring to the 3 inch without the top plates?
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I think I read somewhere that 884's does about a 2" lift on DC's.
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:08 PM   #6
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I'll have the 2" OME on my truck by the end of this weekend. Hopefully you're referring to the complete package (OMETAC05LK) with 885's and dakar leafs. I expect to get an average of about 2.5" of lift on my DCSB with no added weight from stock.
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Old 12-11-2012, 04:29 PM   #7
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If you could post pics I would really appreciate it. Also where did you get it from and how much did it run? If you dont mind me asking.
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If you could post pics I would really appreciate it. Also where did you get it from and how much did it run? If you dont mind me asking.
I'll be throwing pics up here when it's all said n' done. The complete kit was $1060, from 4wheelparts. I know some people have issues with this company but I believe it varies greatly store to store. The one here is recommended by many.
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884s here. Link to measurements. I like it plenty for what I'm doing with my truck now.




More pics in my rig thread.
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I'm running OME 885x coils with 5100's and I only got 1.75" of lift. Rides great but kinda disapointed that it settled so low.
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I'm running full OME and I love it... I would imagine not putting in the spacers would make the ride a hair smoother. My ride is "stiff", but in no way is it uncomfortable.
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I'm running OME 885x coils with 5100's and I only got 1.75" of lift. Rides great but kinda disapointed that it settled so low.
That's odd , did you take before and after measurements ?
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yep

After later research, I can't say I was completely shocked. Wheelers website says the 885's only give 1.75" of lift.
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yep

After later research, I can't say I was completely shocked. Wheelers website says the 885's only give 1.75" of lift.
Huh , I got 2.5 " with 885x on my DCLB 4x4
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I have full OME kit w/885s. Im supposed to get 2 inches but ended up with about 2.5. I have no spacers either.
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Huh , I got 2.5 " with 885x on my DCLB 4x4
I wonder if it has anything to do with mounting the springs on OME shocks vs. the billies. Other than the springs, I only have the lean spacer on the drivers side. I've been debating about running the 5100's at .85 to get it up just a tad bit more.
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Heres a pic of mine with OME 884x's and a 1.5 inch add a leaf. They gave me approx 2 inches of front lift. They ride great with the 5100's but I want a bit more lift so i'll be going with 885's in the spring.
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I wonder if it has anything to do with mounting the springs on OME shocks vs. the billies. Other than the springs, I only have the lean spacer on the drivers side. I've been debating about running the 5100's at .85 to get it up just a tad bit more.
No chance you got 884x by accident ?
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My 884x got over 2".
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