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Old 11-21-2010, 07:05 PM   #1
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880 or 881 coils on 2.7l

Just got my bilstein last week and looking at the ome 880 and 881.
I have a 2004 ext cab with the 2.7l.Will the 881 be too high for my 4cyl?
I'm going to order the wheelers progressive aal at the same time so I'm trying to get some info before I get everything together.I want to leave the 5100 at zero and add the coils+ the wheelers aal(1.5" lift) and hoping tha the truck is level.

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Old 11-22-2010, 10:40 AM   #2
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If you want rake, then go with the 880s, if you want the truck more likely to be level, then you would probably want to run the 881s.
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If you want rake, then go with the 880s, if you want the truck more likely to be level, then you would probably want to run the 881s.
im looking to get some 880 or 881 but wont be doin an AAL in the rear. which would be best for a level/slight 'bro' lean in the front? (i have a 4cyl prerunner xtra cab)
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If you want rake, then go with the 880s, if you want the truck more likely to be level, then you would probably want to run the 881s.
Sorry to bump, but YotaDan, if I was to purchase the wheelers 5 leaf pack for my 98 prerunner and use bilstein 5100's all around set at 0 with OME 880's, you're saying there'll be a slight rear rake? So the 881's will level it out?
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Old 01-21-2011, 01:22 AM   #5
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I have the 881's on my "02" dc. They provide plenty of lift and not to harsh of a ride when paired with the stock tokico shocks. I also went with the toytec aal in the rear with pro comp extended shocks.
The ride is firm and enjoyable.
I also removed my front sway bar which also adds to the ride being a bit more "plush".
I went with the 881's because I plan on adding a 70 lb winch to my alpro tube bumper which should not effect the ride much. I'm 6 ft, 200lbs and can stand on my bumper and the springs barely move.
I would highly suggest the 881's.
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