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Will the OME front springs fit on a factory front shock on a 2004 with bilstiens
I really need to dig up that old vid of someone's truck with 882s and OE shocks, LOL I think I transfered all the old stuff to CDs last year...just have to find them now pretty darn funnyBryanccfshr said:Nope I have no idea what your lift will be with those shocks but it won't matter because you will be bouncing all over the place. The factory bilstiens won't dampen the OME spring rate. You can get away with HD Bilstiens or the OME shocks though. Lift is very dependent on body style and the weight off add ons(winch bumpers etc..) With a stock taco expect between 2.5-3" of lift.
easy, you have a real job...I'm off for the season...until late MarchBryanccfshr said:How the hell did you get that many post already?? Damn.. I must be working to much lately or something.
yea, pretty bored...been on one snow run so far but I really want to head back up there after getting around 12' in the last week, weee! I thought I'd plow into a 10' drift backwards, take pics and then winch myself out, LOLBryanccfshr said:OH>>> I guesse you are bored? I am ramping up for the new yuear, I developed new training matrices for thie employees in my contract and I am putting together class plans for tommorow mornings class. My job is cake.
how do you think I survive with my music career She's up for a 6% raise this year....hmm..SAS? :welder:Bryanccfshr said:I gotta call my wife and see if she is making me enough money to retire yet
4x4crazy12345 said:Thanks for the info still pretty new to the IFS stuff
Old Man EMU "OME"ricqik said:You guys keep saying ome springs, which spring are these that you guys are talking about? Stock coils is going through my mind when I hear this, is that correct? Which and from what?
yes, that is the brand.ricqik said:Is that an actual brand?