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Old 10-02-2012, 04:57 PM   #1
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What would you do. For rear shocks

So I've decided on the OME kit with 885 springs with 90000 front shocks. I've narrowed it down to 3 vendors (ToyTec, DSM and Wheelers). They are all close on price, but ToyTec as a single AAL, DSM will include the Icon 3 leaf AAL and Wheelers will have their 3 leaf AAL.

Now my question. ToyTec and DSM use the N182 rear shocks and wheelers (most expensive) gives the option of the new 60091 rear shocks.

Does anyone have any experience with the 60091 rear shocks? Are they worth the extra cash? Does it really make a difference if I am not going with a full Dakar pack?

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Old 10-05-2012, 09:18 PM   #2
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Why don't you get matching shocks for the rear? I assume the 9000 are the ranchos, right?
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Why don't you get matching shocks for the rear? I assume the 9000 are the ranchos, right?
90000 are OME. Matching would be the 60091 but I haven't seen anyone running them
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are the new shocks longer than the n182's? i went with a sky jacker rear shock even though the rest of the suspension is ome, the shocks were about 3/4 inch longer, not much but every little bit helps, wish i'd gone with longer actually.
According to OME. Yes they are their "long travel". I think I might go with them. Match sport front with sport rear
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the wheelersoffroad website shows the same length for the new OME rears, and my fawk they are expensive. i wouldn't bother if you aren't spending the money on dakar rear springs too.

Thats what I figured. I can save 65 bucks by going with N182 shocks and the Icon 3 leaf AAL then I can with the 60091 shocks and Wheelers 3 leaf AAL.

That is which way I am leaning right now
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182 is a great shock and matching the rest of the OME is a good plan in my opinion.
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182 is a great shock and matching the rest of the OME is a good plan in my opinion.

The 60091 is a matching shock to the front 90000. The 60091 is the upgraded N182
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