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Old 01-11-2012, 06:37 PM   #1
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OME 885s and 5100s

Anyone had any problems using these together? Toytech recommends the OME 9000 for this spring.
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Old 01-11-2012, 06:38 PM   #2
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Anyone had any problems using these together? Toytech recommends the OME 9000 for this spring.
OME recommends you use their shocks with their coils, same with Eibach/Toytec, they recommend Bilstein for their stuff. That being said, plenty of people run 885's on 5100's without any issues. If you jump to the 886's you should get the Nitrochargers though.
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OME recommends you use their shocks with their coils, same with Eibach/Toytec, they recommend Bilstein for their stuff. That being said, plenty of people run 885's on 5100's without any issues. If you jump to the 886's you should get the Nitrochargers though.
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885s and 5100s, great combo been running it for a few months now and love it
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Old 01-11-2012, 06:44 PM   #5
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Just installed 5100s @ "0" on my 885x, can't be happier.
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Just installed 5100s @ "0" on my 885x, can't be happier.
How much lift did you get on your DC ?
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885s and 5100s, great combo been running it for a few months now and love it
Does it ride close to stock, also how much lift you get? Thanks


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Just installed 5100s @ "0" on my 885x, can't be happier.
Does it ride close to stock, also how much lift you get? Thanks


Thanks yall, I will be getting me somme 885s then.
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thats what im running...installed it last weekend with another member...rides great
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I got 2 1/2" of lift with the 885's , no spacers

I'm running the OME Nitrochargers but that would be the same as billies @ 0
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Does it ride close to stock, also how much lift you get? Thanks.
Well i have the 5100's set a 0 and i added the top plate spacer so i get a full 3" of lift
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that was the lift i was going to put on my truck. i researched the shit out of it for a long time, and it seems like a solid lift for 2.5-3 inches, but my wife gave me the green light for the fabtech 6" lift.... i jumped all over that before she changed her mind.
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I have 5100's set at .85 with the older 885's. I got a hair over 3". I also have uca's.
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Well Im sold. OME 885's for me. I was going to go with Eibachs but they've been on backorder for a while now. Hopefully these work out
I am too. Gonna order some this afternoon. Thanks for all the help....
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