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Quick OME coil question.

Is their advertised (approx) lift height going by the regular oem coils or 99 talls?

I need new coils for the front of the 99 Limited and want to match the rear OME coils but no more than inch of lift.
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Regular. At least based on the Rear's I've installed (906, saw a 1.5" change from 200k mile old originals). Expect a 1" change when installed on a '99. That's 23inch from hub center to the bottom of the Limited flare.

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Regular. At least based on the Rear's I've installed (906, saw a 1.5" change from 200k mile old originals). Expect a 1" change when installed on a '99. That's 23inch from hub center to the bottom of the Limited flare.
Thanks. I got the same result with rear springs. I needed something to handle multiple trips with half a ton of wood pellets and the coils are doing great at that. Issue I have is that the front leans a bit on turns while the back tries to stay balanced. My front coils are old with 184k so its time.

I think they will do well with the 4600's so I will leave those be. I rather have the full package knowing they are designed to work together (had multiple OME systems on my jeeps) but these shocks arent even two yrs old so I can't justify replacing them.
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Im wanting to get a OME 880/906 set up. What shocks should i be looking for?
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Im wanting to get a OME 880/906 set up. What shocks should i be looking for?
You can get away with stock replacement shocks, or T4R specific 5100s for those springs. The lift isn't dramatic.

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Regular. At least based on the Rear's I've installed (906, saw a 1.5" change from 200k mile old originals). Expect a 1" change when installed on a '99. That's 23inch from hub center to the bottom of the Limited flare.
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Thats really good information, but im still unsure about the shocks. Would stock shocks limit my travel? Ive read this but maybe doesnt matter ith such a mild lift: 1" in front and 2" in back.
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