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Old 04-10-2012, 04:51 AM   #1
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What are the mesaurements for the ome lift kit?

Hey guys, I have a ome lift kit. 2 inch Aal and no top spacer. So I should have 2.5 up front and 3 in the back since the back is higher. can someone tell me the measurements of it which people that have the ome kit. . From the hub to fender or from ground to fender. I wanna see If mine matchs up. Gonna Install my top plates today and wanna see if everything matches up to a full 3 inches. Thanks guys. These are what I have.

39 inch from ground to fender in back. 25 from center hub to fender in back


And 37 front ground to fender. And center hub to fender 23. Should that = to 2.5 up front and 3 in the rear. I have no idea haha. Thanks guys
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Your hub to fender measurements are approx 2 3/4 over stock front , and 2 1/2 rear
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Your hub to fender measurements are approx 2 3/4 over stock front , and 2 1/2 rear
Ok great thanks. So when I put my top plate spacer things from ome , I should be at 3 Inches up front right?
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Ok great thanks. So when I put my top plate spacer things from ome , I should be at 3 Inches up front right?
What spacer thickness ?
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What spacer thickness ?
I think there 1/4 and then that equals to 1/2 lift right. What ever came With the ome kit from toytec. I know it's suppose to lift the right 1/2 so 1/4 sounds right. My front is at a rake now and the back is higher so I wanna put the plates in and level the front
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I think there 1/4 and then that equals to 1/2 lift right. What ever came With the ome kit from toytec. I know it's suppose to lift the right 1/2 so 1/4 sounds right. My front is at a rake now and the back is higher so I wanna put the plates in and level the front
You got 2 spacers ? Are they the same thickness , did they come with longer studs ? Do you own a tape measure ? Nibiru ?
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You got 2 spacers ? Are they the same thickness , did they come with longer studs ? Do you own a tape measure ? Nibiru ?
Yes 2 spacers. Same thickness. And yes longer studs. I do
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