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Old 01-23-2018, 09:32 PM #1
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Post your lift height... OME 2895/2895e rear spring users

Curious what kind of lift you all are getting out of either of these springs and what kind of weight/accessories you are running? Looking to keep about 2" lift out back. New RTT will be used for a few summer trips only, as with my 3k# travel trailer too. Full time sliders, full steel skids, and will be adding a 200# drawer system plus gear, so figure that is north of 250-300# in there all the time. I already have air bags with a Daystar spacer now, but that is not going to be sufficient when I add the drawers in the back and looking to increase spring rate.

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Have the 895e's with zero weight/stock bumper and get about a 2.0-2.5 inch lift if I recall my numbers correctly. With your weight/accessories plan, you should go for a more stiffer spring than the 895/895es.
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Can't go out and measure but here are some pics.

2017 TRD-ORP
OME "medium" springs in back
OME "light" sping/coil in front

Expedition-One rear dual swing arm bumper
SSO slimline w/ smitty X20 winch up front
Frontrunner 3/4 rack on top
SSO sliders

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I got right at 2" with the 2895e stock but 3rd row.
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Can't go out and measure but here are some pics.

2017 TRD-ORP
OME "medium" springs in back
OME "light" sping/coil in front

Expedition-One rear dual swing arm bumper
SSO slimline w/ smitty X20 winch up front
Frontrunner 3/4 rack on top
SSO sliders

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Man that's tall. How's the ride with the 898s... loaded vs empty?
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Man that's tall. How's the ride with the 898s... loaded vs empty?
Honestly, most of my weight comes from the sliders/bumpers. I do notice the weight up front as I'm running the light duty springs, but all in all I have ZERO regrets. I really don't think it's that tall, perhaps it's the angle of my pictures. The lift is advertised as 3 inches, but with the added weight I doubt it's still sitting at 3.

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