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Old 06-03-2013, 02:07 PM   #262
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so happy to finally be posting in this thread!

885x coils, 5mm trim packer, 10mm top plates in front, dakar leaf pack, Nitrocharger Sport shocks, 265/75R16 (aka 31.5x10.5)

thought i was in for a shitty ride in the rear but i LOVE the way this suspension handles.


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Old 06-07-2013, 09:55 AM   #264
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Front:
OME 882's/Nitrochargers/10mm trim packer

Rear:
OME Dakars/OME D6XL extra leaf/AllPro 1.5" Shackles/relocated Nitrocharger shocks

Misc:
extrended brake line/ubolt flip/spring relocation plates/1" 4Crawler Body lift

Tires:
33x12.50 R15 Goodyear MTR







Shock relocation


Works ok.
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Old 08-16-2013, 04:40 PM   #266
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I love them all!!! Nice rides all!!!
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Old 08-17-2013, 08:56 AM   #267
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I thought I saw/read every OME thread on this site. Missed this one somehow!

Here's one pic....more in my build thread.

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Old 08-17-2013, 09:08 AM   #268
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so happy to finally be posting in this thread!

885x coils, 5mm trim packer, 10mm top plates in front, dakar leaf pack, Nitrocharger Sport shocks, 265/75R16 (aka 31.5x10.5)

thought i was in for a shitty ride in the rear but i LOVE the way this suspension handles.


Missed this back when you posted. Looks bad ass!

I like the look of 265's with 3" lift.

bjboucher truck looks good, like to see some more pics on level ground!
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Old 08-17-2013, 09:27 AM   #269
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Front:
OME 882's/Nitrochargers/10mm trim packer

Rear:
OME Dakars/OME D6XL extra leaf/AllPro 1.5" Shackles/relocated Nitrocharger shocks

Misc:
extrended brake line/ubolt flip/spring relocation plates/1" 4Crawler Body lift

Tires:
33x12.50 R15 Goodyear MTR







Shock relocation


Works ok.
Is the shock relocation to aid in articulation? I thought about doing something similar, but didn't know how well it would work
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Old 08-17-2013, 09:35 AM   #270
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Missed this back when you posted. Looks bad ass!

I like the look of 265's with 3" lift.

bjboucher truck looks good, like to see some more pics on level ground!
Did you look through my build thread? I think there's one or two in there. I need to take more pictures of it one of these days.
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Old 09-14-2013, 06:53 AM   #271
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Hey All, I'm finally able to add my rig to this thread! Huge thanks to everyone else who posted as TW is where I did all my research. Thanks Lodi87 for answering my questions. I'm really pleased with the OME stuff, my truck rides even smoother than it did before.

885 coils and LR UCA's up front
Nitro Charger shocks all around
1.5" add a leaf out back
Diff Drop installed
265/70-17

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Old 09-14-2013, 07:33 AM   #272
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Hey All, I'm finally able to add my rig to this thread! Huge thanks to everyone else who posted as TW is where I did all my research. Thanks Lodi87 for answering my questions. I'm really pleased with the OME stuff, my truck rides even smoother than it did before.

885 coils and LR UCA's up front
Nitro Charger shocks all around
1.5" add a leaf out back
Diff Drop installed
265/70-17

before



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Very nice! Like the painted sport wheels, what did you use? DCLB FTW!
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Old 09-14-2013, 07:40 AM   #273
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Hey All, I'm finally able to add my rig to this thread! Huge thanks to everyone else who posted as TW is where I did all my research. Thanks Lodi87 for answering my questions. I'm really pleased with the OME stuff, my truck rides even smoother than it did before.

885 coils and LR UCA's up front
Nitro Charger shocks all around
1.5" add a leaf out back
Diff Drop installed
265/70-17
Looks good! You could've saved yourself $30 on that diff drop, don't need 'em on the 2nd generation Tacomas. If you're having rear drive line issues, look into a carrier bearing drop kit as well.
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Old 09-14-2013, 07:46 AM   #274
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Just installed this week:

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Lovin it!
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Very nice! Like the painted sport wheels, what did you use? DCLB FTW!
Thanks! I just spray bombed 'em. Its called "satin granite", got it at Home Depot.
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Looks good! You could've saved yourself $30 on that diff drop, don't need 'em on the 2nd generation Tacomas. If you're having rear drive line issues, look into a carrier bearing drop kit as well.
Thanks! I've read so much about the OME stuff and it seams like people are split on installations and getting driveline vibration. I didnt have any issues before and I dont have any issues now after install. I had a friend put it in at his shop so he threw the drop in while it was up on the lift, he said it took like 10 minutes.
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Old 09-14-2013, 05:01 PM   #278
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Front:
OME 882's/Nitrochargers/10mm trim packer

Rear:
OME Dakars/OME D6XL extra leaf/AllPro 1.5" Shackles/relocated Nitrocharger shocks

Misc:
extrended brake line/ubolt flip/spring relocation plates/1" 4Crawler Body lift

Tires:
33x12.50 R15 Goodyear MTR







Shock relocation


Works ok.
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Old 10-24-2013, 10:40 AM   #279
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Anything more than just a spring compressor needed to assemble the fronts? I can't see paying Wheelers $158 for assembly unless there is something I'm missing.
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Anything more than just a spring compressor needed to assemble the fronts? I can't see paying Wheelers $158 for assembly unless there is something I'm missing.
No need for the spring compressor. *If your careful.
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