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Old 03-01-2010, 08:06 PM   #1
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OME front coils

i am starting to think about getting some OME coild up front on my 2004. my stock ones have sagged some (have adj. 5100s and im not getting my full 2.5") and i plan on eventually getting a HD front bumper and a winch and they wouldnt handle the extra weight. which coils should i get? do they all add lift and are they all capable with the billsteins?
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i'd go with the ome 882, thats what i have and i put them on my 5100's on the zero setting
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will that still clearance my 285s?
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Yes.
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Old 03-02-2010, 11:31 AM   #5
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The spring rate on this coil can handle the extra weight of a bumper, winch, even a double battery.

Many people have this coil on the 5100's.

Just a thought.
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with the AAL you guys offer does that still make the truck sit level?
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I'm not 100% sure, but I would think you would have a pretty level vehicle.
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mine sits level with the 882 coils on my 5100's set at zero with the 2" aal but i already had 1.5" lift springs in the rear
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Thumbs up Get OME/ARB!

I have ARB front bumper with a Warn M8000! Old Man Emu springs Downy coil over and Bills 5100's no sag, works great!! you will need to get a swaybar relocate bracket if you get bigger tires like p265 r16 70 like i did! if you stay with stock tires P245 your swaybar will not rub on your coil springs. i had p245's and the swaybar did not rub till i put on the bigger tires p265's. So i just ordered the relocate bracket from Toy Tec!!!
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