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Old 06-05-2021, 07:18 PM #16
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Installed a winch yesterday did the measurements and the it sagged 3/4 inch. From 23 to 22-1/4 inch. I’m running toytec ultimate lift kit with adjustable coilovers ( old version) The question is should I adjust them to go back to 23 inch maybe 23-1/2 or go with bilstein 6112 as an upgrade. What do you think?
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This is my big fear, I just installed a OME 3 inch lift with heavy springs for that reason. I am nervous that it's going to sag and then I will have to spend more money for another lift.
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This is my big fear, I just installed a OME 3 inch lift with heavy springs for that reason. I am nervous that it's going to sag and then I will have to spend more money for another lift.

So what’s considered “heavy” in OME? 600, 650, 700? Cause I have the same “fear” ... buying another lift. (I’ve thought about just loading down the arse end with stuff... maybe cheaper!)


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