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Old 05-22-2021, 12:35 AM #16
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In the last month I installed bilstein 5100 w/ OME springs, SPC UCA, and 285/70/17 nitto ridge grapplers. With a 3/2 inch lift I had very little rubbing issues which was easily fixed by moving the front fender liner forward. I would highly suggest getting adjustable UCAs because I ran 3 degree stock positive caster for two weeks and hated driving it on the freeway as it felt too twitchy. I bumped it up to 4 degrees and it has been amazing to drive.

This cost me about $800 for lift plus $600 for UCAs.
OME springs and Bilstein all around, correct? Does it ride smooth?
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Would these work? I know it says for a 5th Gen but from what Iíve researched, some (if not all) parts in this kit are interchangeable
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Did I do everything I should

Whats up everyone. Just recently put a 2" lift on my '09 Sport with a bilstein 5100 kit and OME rear springs. Shortly after, I put wildpeak 275/R70/17's on them. Love the look but.......... the tires are rubbing on my UCA's like crazy. Starts at a 3/4 turn and its bad at full. Looking for advice on what to do or maybe I missed something? Should I do new UCA/LCA and sway bar links? Im planning on doing rims but now I feel like I have to to get the tires away from the UCA"s with a rim offset. Suggestions are really appreicated.

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