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Old 03-21-2011, 04:36 PM   #1
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OME 881's or 883's?

Im going to be buying a new lift soon, and will be buying the Toytec/OME full lift kit. My question is it has 3 coil options, 881's and 883's "Dont need the 882's." The 881's need a top plate spacer to achieve full 3'' of lift, and the 883's dont. What would be the ride quality difference between the two?

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IIRC, The 883's dont fit your truck. You have either 880's, 881's or 882's
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IIRC, The 883's dont fit your truck. You have either 880's, 881's or 882's
We'll im sure glad I asked then

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Don't know anything about the 883s, but I have 881s on my double cab and I get right about 2"-2 1/4" of lift. Seems right with the 1.5" AAL.

Ride quality is pretty good. They were pretty stiff at first but they are broken in really nice now. On dirt roads it flys.
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Don't know anything about the 883s, but I have 881s on my double cab and I get right about 2"-2 1/4" of lift. Seems right with the 1.5" AAL.

Ride quality is pretty good. They were pretty stiff at first but they are broken in really nice now. On dirt roads it flys.
Ya I will be getting the top place spacer to get the full 3'' because I have new 285's waitingand then the toytec aal that says 2'' lift so I think that should turn out pretty level.
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