So if run 5100's in the "0" position and use OME 885 springs, this will give 2" of lift correct?
the reason for using the OME spring's is to avoid pre loading the stock spring's, and maintaining a more compliant spring
Do the 5100's have more travel than stock bilstein,s?
Or are we actually loosing shock travel with each step up in lift?
"0" no loss in shock travel
".85" = .85 loss of shock travel
"1.75" = 1.75 loss in shock travel
"2.5" = 2.5 loss in shock travel
And by using OME 885 set at "0" on the 5100's I am assuming give me 2" of lift I will loose 2" of travel
Do the OME N-140s shocks have more travel?
The way I see it if I am going to lift my truck I want to gain travel if possible, but I certainly do not want to loose travel.
Am I on the right track here?