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Old 01-06-2010, 01:36 PM   #1
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OME 90000 sport shocks

These sport shocks replace OME part# N140S front shocks. Has anyone installed these on there truck yet? Any issues/concerns, how do they feel, to rough!?? I ask because I'm getting ready to pull the trigger but want some feed back first!!
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From what I have read online, they are valved a little more firm than the N140S shocks.....
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From what I have read online, they are valved a little more firm than the N140S shocks.....
Yeah I saw you post that up some time last week, and that you where not to crazy about the more firm ride!! Do you know if any one here has installed them?? Thanks Chris!!
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Yeah I saw you post that up some time last week, and that you where not to crazy about the more firm ride!! Do you know if any one here has installed them?? Thanks Chris!!
Not sure. Thing that im interested in....I feel the N140s could be a little too soft in some aplications......
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Not sure. Thing that im interested in....I feel the N140s could be a little too soft in some aplications......
What do you mean?? (I dunno)
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Old 01-06-2010, 03:19 PM   #6
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What do you mean?? (I dunno)
I just feel sometimes, the N140S shocks seem too softly valved. Maybe the more firm valving of the N90000's is a good thing.,....Depends on how much more firm they are I guess.
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o.k thanks for the info.
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bump..anyone installed these or know of someone??
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I'll let you know in about a week

I ordered a pair of 885's and 90000's and should have them installed next week. I was under the impression that the 90000's were just an update for the 140's and that they came in 2 forms, the 90000, and 90000s, with the "s" denoting a firmer, sportier valving.
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I'll let you know in about a week

I ordered a pair of 885's and 90000's and should have them installed next week. I was under the impression that the 90000's were just an update for the 140's and that they came in 2 forms, the 90000, and 90000s, with the "s" denoting a firmer, sportier valving.
That could be. Keep us updated.
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dang it, they come out w/ an updated shock right after i get mine...
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Installed my 885's and 90000's today after some trials and tribulations (cheap spring compressors work fine on the stock shocks but crap the bed on the beefier OME's). So far, the ride is awesome with the OME set up. It is firmer than stock, but still forgiving. The rebound from coming to a stop is significantly less than with the stock, too. I'm happy with my choice, and highly recommend it for anyone else looking for a bumped up front.
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