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Old 04-06-2016, 09:57 PM #16
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In that case, the 885/Superflex combo should work well. If using the 885s, definitely keep the 5100s at the lowest setting.
Thanks ark swamp that's the kind of encouragement I like to hear. In case anybody is wondering I have the eBay new silver uca's. I picked em up about a year ago before they got a little more popular. After around 7 months I replaced the red bushings which are exactly the same as total chaos with camburg bushings that measured the same as well but are black. I also got the right length inner sleeves, other than that origional uniballs and hardware have held up fine for about a year now.

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Has anybody heard anything good or bad on the rear links from front range offroad? I have no problem painting new parts if it means their 600$ cheaper. They look pretty solid to me, what y'all think?
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I'm in the process of deciding on a lift as well. I'm curious to why 887's never seem to be part of the discussion. The ARB pdf specifications show they are exactly the same as the 885's except slightly longer. Wouldn't that provide some extra lift w/o spacers while maintaining all the other specs of the 885's?
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Question So sorry

Sorry I fell off and never let everyone know what I wound up with. Bilstein 5100 front and rear, front set on zero with ome 885s (no spacers) and toytec superflex in the back. I also had the eBay ucas. I loved the combo and after the FJ rear axle with locker and I was able to get everywhere in that thing. I had zero armor, no roof rack and was running 265 75 17s.
Well long story short I was rear ended and Goldy was totaled. I wasn't able to remove anything from the truck unless I bought it back and at the time was to heart broken.
It was an 04 sr5 v6. I now have an 03 v8 awd. I'm thinking of doing the same thing however running 886s and I'm considering different shocks due to so many new options.
What's the consensus? I didn't find anything stiff about my old ride and she flexed great in the rear. I didn't get as far as rear links either. I think the 886s would be just right with 5100s under the v8 but what's this about valving?
I've missed everybody here and I apologise again.
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