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Old 11-13-2019, 07:05 AM #16
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V6 or v8? What springs you end up going with?
V6, I’m on stock springs for now
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Old 11-13-2019, 10:10 AM #17
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Do you have a plate bumper up front?

I am currently running 5100s with OME 887 coils with a 150lbs plate bumper up front. I wish I went for the 888 coils.

The 886 coils gave my v8 WITH the steel bumper an additional 7 inches of lift on the passenger side and were binding the CVs. I do not recommend the 886 coils even though those are the drop down options for our rigs.
Stock bumpers on all around.. 7inch lift!? Damn! Gotta see this.. send pics! I was thinking 895/885 springs ..
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Old 11-13-2019, 10:32 AM #18
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Sounds like it was SEMA ready with "Bluetooth" CV axles! ;)
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Old 11-13-2019, 02:14 PM #19
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Sounds like it was SEMA ready with "Bluetooth" CV axles! ;)
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Old 11-13-2019, 06:24 PM #20
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Sounds like it was SEMA ready with "Bluetooth" CV axles! ;)

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lolllllllll
Too high of a CV angle after lift install


The 885 coils will sag once you add weight.

Coil specifications:
OME 883: 375mm in height, 590 pound spring rate​
OME 884: 390mm in height 590 pound spring rate
OME 885: 395mm in height 590 pound spring rate
OME 886: 402mm in height 660 pound spring rate
OME 887: 400mm in height 590 pound spring rate
​​OME 888: 405 mm in height 590 pound spring rate​
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Old 11-21-2019, 12:36 AM #21
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Too high of a CV angle after lift install


The 885 coils will sag once you add weight.

Coil specifications:
OME 883: 375mm in height, 590 pound spring rate​
OME 884: 390mm in height 590 pound spring rate
OME 885: 395mm in height 590 pound spring rate
OME 886: 402mm in height 660 pound spring rate
OME 887: 400mm in height 590 pound spring rate
​​OME 888: 405 mm in height 590 pound spring rate​
Thanks for this.. doing the 885/895 combo.
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For anyone doing the 5100's I couldn't recommend getting a set of 5th gen coils anymore! I picked up a set of 2017 4runner Trail Edition coils from a fellow member and had them installed using the 1.75" setting on the front 5100 coils. This ended up giving my 2003 4Runner about an 1/2" lift all around and sits dead level. Keeping in mind the lift may have well come from my old 100k suspension sagging. The ride is fantastic (as everyone else contests too).
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For anyone doing the 5100's I couldn't recommend getting a set of 5th gen coils, i picked up a set of 2017 Trail coils and had them installed 1.75 in the front, gave the 4Runner about an 1/2" all around sits dead level ride is fantastic (as everyone else contests too).
Trail coils ? Sorry new around here.. and also Part number? They will sit on the 03 4runner 5100s? Have pics? Also you mean I “would “ not “couldn’t” lol right? It’s good to have options... thanks !!
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Trail coils ? Sorry new around here.. and also Part number? They will sit on the 03 4runner 5100s? Have pics? Also you mean I “would “ not “couldn’t” lol right? It’s good to have options... thanks !!
keep in mind springs that will lift your vehicle arent designed to be used wit 5100s notched up from the lowest setting.
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Correction!

Yes "I couldn't recommend the stock 2017 4Runner Trail Edition Coils matched to the 5100 shocks any more!"

ride is fantastic!
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I just installed 5100's and OME 886's up front and OME 889's on the rear two months ago. I left the 5100's on the bottom setting because Wheeler's Offroad said it is recommended for my set up. I also added a 1/2" top spacer on the front so I have no more rake and my 4Runner is sitting level and at the height I wanted. I also upgraded and installed new JBA upper control arms.
I am very happy with the ride even though it is stiffer than stock but as others will tell you it reduces the body role and nose dive when braking.
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I just installed 5100's and OME 886's up front and OME 889's on the rear two months ago. I left the 5100's on the bottom setting because Wheeler's Offroad said it is recommended for my set up. I also added a 1/2" top spacer on the front so I have no more rake and my 4Runner is sitting level and at the height I wanted. I also upgraded and installed new JBA upper control arms.
I am very happy with the ride even though it is stiffer than stock but as others will tell you it reduces the body role and nose dive when braking.
Thanks for that... and How you like the JBA? Was looking into SPC?
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Thanks for that... and How you like the JBA? Was looking into SPC?
I am really impressed with the JBA UCA's overall build quality. They are solid well made uca's that I'm very happy with. They also provided excellent prompt support when I had questions during my install. I highly recommend them
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I am really impressed with the JBA UCA's overall build quality. They are solid well made uca's that I'm very happy with. They also provided excellent prompt support when I had questions during my install. I highly recommend them
Are they. Known brand? First time hearing about them..
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Are they. Known brand? First time hearing about them..


I’ve got JBA UCAs on my 4RUNNER,got them paired with Kings,no problems so far. Excellent choice for my aria,snow ,salt atc.


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