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Old 12-17-2008, 08:01 PM   #1
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OME questions for my 2004

Well I'm sitting here with my credit card going over what i'm going to get. I need some advice before i pull the trigger. Heres what i have in mind:

---881's Coils
---N91SC "Comfort" Shocks

Now here are my two questions:

Are the comfort shocks the best choice? They have a standard shock. I don't want the truck to be any more "floaty or Leany during a turn."

Is there anything extra that i will need to buy? *excluding tools*

Im going to put this on the front and see how much it lifts the truck before i get anything for the rear.

Tyler
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Old 12-17-2008, 08:04 PM   #2
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Well I'm sitting here with my credit card going over what i'm going to get. I need some advice before i pull the trigger. Heres what i have in mind:

---881's Coils
---N91SC "Comfort" Shocks

Now here are my two questions:

Are the comfort shocks the best choice? I don't want the truck to be any more "floaty or Leany during a turn."

Is there anything extra that i will need to buy? *excluding tools*

Im going to put this on the front and see how much it lifts the truck before i get anything for the rear.

Tyler

thats what i have....the 881's. they gave me 2inches on my double cab. i am running billy 5100's on mine though. the ome shocks should be great for you....since they are valved for those coils.
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Old 07-29-2010, 06:36 AM   #3
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is there a spring that ome makes that lifts around 2.5 inches after sagging?
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is there a spring that ome makes that lifts around 2.5 inches after sagging?
Do some research.... If you notice on this site, there are MANY different types available.

http://www.cruiseroutfitters.com/tech_OME_coils.html

You need to research to find out what size lift each of those applications gives you.
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It's called adjustable coilovers.
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