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Old 01-07-2024, 03:40 AM #1
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Installed IMS at 1" with OME 2886 springs and somehow ended up with 4.5" of lift up f

I have a 2007 V8 4wd 4runner with an ARB Bumper and warn synthetic winch. For the last couple years I've been running OME 90000 & ome 60004.

I decided to make the switch to long travel in the rear and figured why not freshen up the front as well.

I installed springs, arms, shocks, etc. for the rear LT.

In the front I simply swapped out the OME 90000 for a Dobinsons IMS preset and checked at 1". I go on the first ride and my cv is binding under load. I get the tape measurer out and see I've got 4.5" on the passenger side and 4.0" on the drivers side!

Anyone know how that could happen? I thought with the V8, arb bumper and winch, the ome 2886 was supposed to be at most a 2" lift.

Now I'm looking at taking the IMS down to 0", but wanted to see what yall say first.

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Are you sure they are installed correctly?

Photos of the install would help others to be able to respond without a lot of guessing!
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