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Old 11-23-2012, 01:26 PM   #1
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OME lift kit, anything else I might need?

Hi, I just ordered a complete OME kit for my 2012 DCab 4x4 consisting of:

2X 885 front springs
2X 9000 Shocks
2X CS047R Leaf spring pack
2X N182 Shocks
4X OMEU53A Ubolts
1X fit kit FK29

Anything else I should consider for this lift kit? I heard lots of people also buy LR UCA's, are they worth it?

I'm also planning on going 265/75/16 on tires. I'll probably build a sled deck in which case I might add an airbag system. I'll see how the Dakkars perform first with having about 1100 lbs in the bed...
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Hi, I just ordered a complete OME kit for my 2012 DCab 4x4 consisting of:

2X 885 front springs
2X 9000 Shocks
2X CS047R Leaf spring pack
2X N182 Shocks
4X OMEU53A Ubolts
1X fit kit FK29

Anything else I should consider for this lift kit? I heard lots of people also buy LR UCA's, are they worth it?

I'm also planning on going 265/75/16 on tires. I'll probably build a sled deck in which case I might add an airbag system. I'll see how the Dakkars perform first with having about 1100 lbs in the bed...
33's and an OME trim packer
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Get centre pin collars for the Dakars

Get the OME 5mm trim packer to combat driver's side lean

You may want to consider the d29xl OME AAL if you plan on hauling 1100lbs in the bed

Get the LR UCA's
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Yes, new UCA's would be recommended since you will get almost 3" in lift on the front. LR is a good UCA go to with. The rear..one thing i thought of adding would be extended break lines since your replacing the leaf pack instead of just adding AAL.(not sure if needed tho)
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Old 11-24-2012, 08:32 PM   #5
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Thanks guys, will get the LR UCA's and center pin collars, what thickness do you recommend? I presume the collars are just preventive if I ever need to add shims?
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Thanks guys, will get the LR UCA's and center pin collars, what thickness do you recommend? I presume the collars are just preventive if I ever need to add shims?
They are generally about 5/16" tall , and yes , they are in case you need to add axle shims later
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And don't forget the 5mm trim packer
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Old 11-24-2012, 08:39 PM   #8
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And don't forget the 5mm trim packer
Yup, will do!
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Who did you order from?
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Old 11-25-2012, 12:57 PM   #10
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Who did you order from?
What ?
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Who did you order from?
ARB in Montreal (info@ouipack.com) Got the items I listed on top for $ 1080.00 + Tx. I went to pick them up at their warehouse so I didn't have to pay for shipping. I'll probably order the UCA's from FAT Bob's, they seem to have the best price.
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LR UCAs for $375 shipped if you order tomorrow http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/met...ls-2012-a.html
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LR UCAs for $375 shipped if you order tomorrow http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/met...ls-2012-a.html
I stand corrected. Those guys seem to have the best price
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Get centre pin collars for the Dakars

Get the OME 5mm trim packer to combat driver's side lean

You may want to consider the d29xl OME AAL if you plan on hauling 1100lbs in the bed

Get the LR UCA's
i want to do aal on my dakars as well…. i cut the center bolt to be able to fit the stock bump stop….. do you know the part # or specs for the center bolt i need?
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i want to do aal on my dakars as well…. i cut the center bolt to be able to fit the stock bump stop….. do you know the part # or specs for the center bolt i need?
Why didn't you just drill the bump stop out?
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i want to do aal on my dakars as well…. i cut the center bolt to be able to fit the stock bump stop….. do you know the part # or specs for the center bolt i need?

This could be them:

http://toyteclifts.3dcartstores.com/...afs_p_143.html

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the grinder was closer
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