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Old 01-17-2012, 10:02 PM   #1
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about to place my order for OME lift kit

i just have one question im ordering the 886 coils because i just put my deposit down on a relentless fab bumper. will i need any spacers to get a full 3" lift with the 886's and a bumper?
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:13 AM   #2
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Nope! 886's will give you the full lift without spacers.

Let me know if you have any other questions

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Old 01-19-2012, 09:58 PM   #3
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ok one more question what are the rear shock stone guards?
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Old 01-20-2012, 01:11 PM   #5
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I hope you plan on having a winch up there also, 886's are pretty damn stiff. They're made to support 3" of lift with the ARB bumper and a winch. The Relentless plate bumper weighs just over 1/2 of what the ARB bumper weighs (I believe ARB weighs around 180 lbs and Relentless weighs around 100 lbs). Make sure you're getting the correct coils, 886's might be overkill.
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yeah im buying the warn m8000. still think the 886's are over kill?
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yeah im buying the warn m8000. still think the 886's are over kill?
I think you're officially in that 'gray area'


Lighter plate bumper but a winch. With steel line you're probably better off with the 886, with synthetic line you'll be further into that gray area.

I'm kind of surprised the Toytec guys didn't mention anything about this earlier but hopefully either they or someone who's running your set-up can chime in with their input. You might want to look through the Relentless Fab sub-forum, I'm sure someone is running the same or a similar set-up as you.
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I ordered my OME with the 885s I also ordered an Elite bumper 105-110lbs and a VR1000 winch.
I also ordered from Toytech when i told them about my situation because I'm a reg cab they said with a bumper and winch the 885s will be fine because I already weigh less than the AC and DC.
What truck do you have? The cab style will help influence your decision as well.
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i got a double cab
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I would say go with the 886s the bumper and winch should be enough weight along with
the DC so keep the ride fairly normal don't quote me I'm just going off of what was explained to me by Toytech
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I would say go with the 886s the bumper and winch should be enough weight along with
the DC so keep the ride fairly normal don't quote me I'm just going off of what was explained to me by Toytech
yeah thats what i was thinking. ill wait alittle bit and see if anyone else chimes in. i have plenty of time to order. my bumper wont be ready for a couple months anyways.
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im in the same bumper wait boat.
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Some good info here. So theoretically, with a DCLB 4x4, relentless type of front bumper, winch, ATO skids and sliders, you would definitely go with 886s?
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Some good info here. So theoretically, with a DCLB 4x4, relentless type of front bumper, winch, ATO skids and sliders, you would definitely go with 886s?
I would
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Some good info here. So theoretically, with a DCLB 4x4, relentless type of front bumper, winch, ATO skids and sliders, you would definitely go with 886s?
Yes
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Thanks Oz and Mitch. For once I came on the site and realized I could spend LESS $$ than I intended to spend when I originally logged on to the site. I think OMEs will work better for my style of wheeling and where I live than the lift I had originally settled on.
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Thanks Oz and Mitch. For once I came on the site and realized I could spend LESS $$ than I intended to spend when I originally logged on to the site. I think OMEs will work better for my style of wheeling and where I live than the lift I had originally settled on.
No problem. Now you just have to find the right place to order from.
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I can't comment on the 886 specifically as I am running a smaller lift, but as far as the OME setup, the ride is great all around on road, definitely a huge improvement over stock, which was pretty sloppy.
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are you running with the sway bar on or off?
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