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Old 12-15-2009, 07:40 PM   #1
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shock and spring Q

To start. this is for an 07 4runner. no longer have a tacoma but this forum is still one of the best to be on.

ok to start i have a few questions.

Front OME Lift Coils 885

which shocks? would work best? Im wanting the most lift possible out of both of them. Then also for the front would it be possible to add the coil spacer for an additional lift? say the 2.5" spacer plus the 2" of lift from the coils. that setup along with the Front Adjustable Bilstein Shocks on their 2.5 setting? how much lift would I get out of that setup?

now for the rear of course matching shocks. I already have the 2" lift coils. would adding the 1.5 spacer work? extended brake lines are a must in my book. either way im probably gonna try it. my goal is 35's on my runner with min. rubbing. also in this mix 1" toytec BL i would get too.

my main question is which shocks with the ome lift coils 885.

thanks for the time and patience in reading my post. I know its not very grammatical. ive had several 16 hour days at work in a row with very little sleep.

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Old 12-16-2009, 11:06 AM   #2
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Hey Matt,
No problem, you can post up here

The front shocks you would want to keep with the OME brand. Here is the shock I would recommend. It is OME's latest release of this shock!
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Hey Matt,
No problem, you can post up here

The front shocks you would want to keep with the OME brand. Here is the shock I would recommend. It is OME's latest release of this shock!

No, you would not want to add ANY spacer lift with the 885's!
what about the 884's?
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what about the 884's?
Yesterday was a loooong day for me.. Sorry about that.

All the OME coils for the 2nd gen tacoma need the top plate spacer to conclude the full three inches.
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alright i have that. i should be golden
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