If this is a repost I am sorry. I looked and scoured but couldn't find anything similar.
Here is the issue: I replaced my 2010 4WD TRD OFFROAD Tacoma's front suspension with OME2886 coils and the matching OME nitroshocks. Since the upgrade it feels as if the suspension slams to full extension after cresting a bump or rock. It is incredibly loud and doesn't feel normal. The spring compression feels normal, but its the extension that seems way more powerful than it needs to be.
I went with the 2886 heavy coil springs because I have an ARB front bumper with winch and steel cable, which adds around 200+lbs to the front of the truck. The springs were recommended to me by both the dealer and the ARB/OME site. I also contacted both OME and the retailer and both were baffled that the 2886 springs sounded way too stiff.
From reading other threads I have discovered I should replace my UCAs but I don't feel like that would soften or damped the massive "slam" I experience, but I am still going to replace them.
Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks fellas.