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Old 02-08-2014, 08:36 AM   #41
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Saturday morning bump. Jared needs a bumper and winch! Get on this!!
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Old 02-08-2014, 09:34 AM   #42
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If anyone is interested in an Old Man Emu lift to pair with this package to help carry the additional weight let us know, pairing lift, bumper, and winch together we can get you some additional savings.
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How much of a savings if a OME lift was included? I'm guessing it would be this package?


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Any discount for local pickup?
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What's the cutoff date for this? It's an awesome deal, and I even got my girlfriend to say yes (!!!!), I just need to get my taxes done.
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Jump on those taxes! We need 5 more before we can complete the first group buy!!
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Any possibility of offering the M8000S winch in this GB?

If i could get that winch with the ARB you'd have another buyer!
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Sub'd. Really don't need these yet, but for a great deal ($$$ savings) I would consider the bumper+winch+suspension option.
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I am also curious on the price of the 2005-2011 ARB deluxe w/fog cutouts ARB3423130 and the Warn M8000S.

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Old 02-10-2014, 07:29 AM   #49
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How much of a savings if a OME lift was included? I'm guessing it would be this package?


http://wheelersoffroad.com/product/o...charger-sport/
ARB is actually changing up the kit a bit. I emailed them over the weekend to find out a bit more information on the changes for the new kit but its still early to have heard back. From what I have heard its coming with different struts for the front than the old kit. I believe there is a few other changes as well and as soon as I hear back I will let you guys know. Also the link you sent includes the 885 coils which are the lighter duty coils. The kit that we suggest will have the 886 coils which are designed to hold the additional weight of the bumper and winch. Once we hear back from ARB I will send you guys some pricing on the new OME kit.

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Any discount for local pickup?
Unfortunately we will be shipping these direct from the supplier so whether they come to us at the shop in NC or shipped to your doorstep there isn't any savings to pass on to the customer to pick up locally. If you wanted us to install the bumper and winch we could give you a discount on labor but there is not any savings in picking up local. Thanks!

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What's the cutoff date for this? It's an awesome deal, and I even got my girlfriend to say yes (!!!!), I just need to get my taxes done.
Cutoff date is whenever we hit 10 we will place everyones order. Hopefully by the end of the week if we can get 5 more commitments. At that time, if there is still more interest and folks are just waiting for the tax returns we can start it over again and wait for the next 10.

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Any possibility of offering the M8000S winch in this GB?

If i could get that winch with the ARB you'd have another buyer!
Using a hawse fairlead that comes with the M8000s there will be a bit of modification needed to the ARB bumper. The bumper is designed to recess a roller fairlead which can guide the steel cable away from the bumper when winching at a angle. With the hawse it will be recessed in the bumper and you run into rubbing your synthetic line on the bumper when winching at an angle. There are certainly ways to overcome this, but I wanted you to know up front. Sending you a pm

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Sub'd. Really don't need these yet, but for a great deal ($$$ savings) I would consider the bumper+winch+suspension option.
I will send everyone interested in the bumper/winch/OME combo a price as soon as I hear back on ARB on the changes to the kit and pricing on the new kit.
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Was interested in getting a bumper winch and ome 3" lift what would that be runnin me thru ya
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ARB is actually changing up the kit a bit. I emailed them over the weekend to find out a bit more information on the changes for the new kit but its still early to have heard back. From what I have heard its coming with different struts for the front than the old kit. I believe there is a few other changes as well and as soon as I hear back I will let you guys know. Also the link you sent includes the 885 coils which are the lighter duty coils. The kit that we suggest will have the 886 coils which are designed to hold the additional weight of the bumper and winch. Once we hear back from ARB I will send you guys some pricing on the new OME kit.
Yeah there's a option for 886 coils which I wanted. But yes please let us know how much extra a lift kit would cost interested in the ARB3423130 with M8000.
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Might as well do it now and save some money.

Count me in for 2005-2011 ARB deluxe w/fog cutouts ARB3423130, the Warn M8000 winch, and also the Fog Light kit.
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Using a hawse fairlead that comes with the M8000s there will be a bit of modification needed to the ARB bumper. The bumper is designed to recess a roller fairlead which can guide the steel cable away from the bumper when winching at a angle. With the hawse it will be recessed in the bumper and you run into rubbing your synthetic line on the bumper when winching at an angle. There are certainly ways to overcome this, but I wanted you to know up front. Sending you a pm
I plan on using an offset fairlead which is compatible with the ARB.

Screw it, count me in!

12-14 ARB W/ fog light kit, with M8000s.

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First of all, we are at 7 now....need 3 more!

Sorry for the delay on the lift kits....just heard back from ARB.

The new Tacoma kit has a new part number and there is only one substantial change.
OMETAC05HK has now been discontinued for OMETAC05HKS

With the "S" added you will be getting the upgraded Sport Shocks instead of the original Nitrocharger shocks. From what I understand the sport shocks are a little more individualized per vehicle instead of a one size fits all approach. They are a better quality shock from what I have been told. With that there is also a price increase over the previous generation kit of about $50. If there is anything to be said about ARB it is that they are constantly trying to improve upon there products. The new kit also comes with an OME hat and stickers

With that said, I will pm the folks that have shown interest in the OME lift kits to show the added cost to there bumper/winch combo.

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I think I got everyone PMed with quotes but if I missed anyone or have not answered your questions let me know. Was not intentional, just over looked it.

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Just here to watch...i can't spend the money for a few more years

Quick question....why 8,000lbs winches? I always thought i'd need a 10,000
Someone asked this earlier so heres my earlier response...

The short answer.... Usually. It comes down to your uses, I can offer you a 9-10k winch for this truck but it will cost $200+ more and if its not necessary thats an additional $200 you could put towards other recovery equipment. I try not to do a whole lot heavy recoveries without a snatch block anyways which will double the capacity of an 8000lb winch if done correctly. If you are regularly pulling out heavy rigs from bottomless mud holes you may want a larger winch and I will be happy to offer a package price on a larger winch if you are interested. For most applications the M8000 is my go to winch for light trucks and jeeps for folks who are on a budget but want the best. Hope that rambling helped...
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Interested in #3 with the M8000 winch. Are the bumpers matched to the paint on the truck? And are these street legal and workable with the airbags? Truck is a 2011 DCSB with factory fog lights.

Finally, will I get a lot of sgagging with 885 coils and Nitrocharger shocks? I will eventually move to 886 coils.

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I'm in.

I'll take a 2005-2011 with Fog Cutout (ARB3423130) with the M8000 and Fog lights/inserts: $1550 total
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Interested in #3. Are these street legal and workable with the airbags? Truck is a 2011 DCSB with factory fog lights.

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Yes, the ARB bumper is airbag compatible and street legal. Let me know if we can add you to the list. Thanks
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I'm in.

I'll take a 2005-2011 with Fog Cutout (ARB3423130) with the M8000 and Fog lights/inserts: $1550 total
Great! Got it written down.

We need 2 more folks and we will send out invoices and get them ordered
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