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Old 01-10-2013, 10:21 AM
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Re: Finally installing my OME

So I don't need longer shocks and struts ?
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You will want to upgrade the rears. You can get away the HD's for a little while but they are really too short for the 3 inches of lift you get from the OME HD.
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Re: Finally installing my OME

you could just spend $100 and throw MLLs in the rear..
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Re: Finally installing my OME

yea.. if you have a daystar and bilsteins all around.. you can just swap out the daystar spacers for the OME springs.. and then spend 100bucks like mentioned on MLL 643s for the rear.

so its remove daystar spacers and rear bilsteins.
add OME springs and rear MLLs.
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Re: Finally installing my OME

I was looking at running the modified OME with the rear pucks still installed. Still go with the MLL?
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Re: Finally installing my OME

message Rob... "BlackedoutWK" and/or look at his build thread. he literally has the same setup as you and what youre looking to do now..

had the daystar 2" in like we do.. then installed a OME lift.. and used the rear daystar spacer cut down.
I think he ran the the full OME kit.. so ome springs, shocks and struts.. then just cut down the rear daystar spacers in half to be 1" spacers and then added them in the rear.


Im sure you could use MLLs though if you only wanted to buy springs..

So I'm PRETTY SURE you can run this setup...

OME HD springs front and rear
Bilstein struts up front
1 set of 1/4" rusty's offroad strut spacer up front (to match the additional lift from modified daystar rear spacer better)
1"(cut down) rear daystar poly spacer in the rear
MLL 643 shocks in the rear
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Re: Finally installing my OME

^^^what he said, except i didn't cut down my rear spacer, i just left the entire thing in there...sits perfectly even. since i dont have any weight up front i decided not to use the 1/4" strut spacers, i would suggest not using them unless you have added weight up front like lots of armor or a bumper etc...
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