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Old 04-06-2010, 09:25 PM   #1
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I cant deal with my lame spacer lift anymore. Im almost ready to pull the trigger on my OME lift.
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What's missing? Do I need extended brake lines or shims for the drive line? Any constructive input would be great.
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I cant deal with my lame spacer lift anymore. Im almost ready to pull the trigger on my OME lift.
90000 Nitrocharger sport front shock
886 coil set
Dakar leaf pack+bushing kit
N182 rear shock set
Ubolt set
What's missing? Do I need extended brake lines or shims for the drive line? Any constructive input would be great.
You need brake lines. Thats about it. I wouldn't get the 886 unless you have a hefty bumper up front though. 885 would be a better choice for the average weight truck.
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Old 04-07-2010, 12:21 AM   #3
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After having 884's on my access cab and watching them sag, I would recommend 885's for the access cab and 886's for the double cab with no bumper/winch. If you're adding those two things, I'd look into something else.

I'd add bump stops and brake lines to the list. Since you're already getting longer u-bolts you may as well do the flip kit.
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get the brake line for sure. other than that i think your set
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You need brake lines. Thats about it. I wouldn't get the 886 unless you have a hefty bumper up front though. 885 would be a better choice for the average weight truck.
I plan on an ARB bumper/ warn winch within the next six months.
will the ride be to much to handle with the 886"s?

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After having 884's on my access cab and watching them sag, I would recommend 885's for the access cab and 886's for the double cab with no bumper/winch. If you're adding those two things, I'd look into something else.

I'd add bump stops and brake lines to the list. Since you're already getting longer u-bolts you may as well do the flip kit.
Im having a hard time with the price tag on the bump stops. Wheelers is the cheapest I see. Anyone have experience with these bumpstops?
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Old 04-07-2010, 03:32 PM   #6
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Are the brake lines NEEDED or just nice to have?
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I plan on an ARB bumper/ warn winch within the next six months.
will the ride be to much to handle with the 886"s?



Im having a hard time with the price tag on the bump stops. Wheelers is the cheapest I see. Anyone have experience with these bumpstops?
Hold off till you get your bumper if you go the OME route. I ran with no bumper on my 886s for 6 months and absolutely destroyed my stock upper ball joints. I also went from spacers to OME and the spacer lift didn't do the ball joints any good either. I ran stock UCAs for another year after I got my bumper and finally went to to Total Chaos UCAs. To be honest, I'm lucky I'm not in a coffin because those ball joints were done ages ago!

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Are the brake lines NEEDED or just nice to have?
Your stock ones turn into limit straps when fully flexed. Its not a good feeling to know you just ripped your brake lines in half when you flexed out the rear axle.

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I plan on an ARB bumper/ warn winch within the next six months.
will the ride be to much to handle with the 886"s?

Im having a hard time with the price tag on the bump stops. Wheelers is the cheapest I see. Anyone have experience with these bumpstops?
I have the super bumps on the front. They do what they're supposed to do.
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