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Old 05-31-2013, 10:58 AM   #1
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OME instructions

Ok, so I ordered my lift. Went with BDS springs, Bilstein 5100 shocks, JKS adjustable end links, and OME rear TB bracket and bumpstop extensions. I plan on installing next week. My question is.... Instructions wise, what do I need to do? I can't find any OME instructions online and none came wight e parts. The end links came with instructions but that's it. Also, I've seen people set up their bilsteins canister up r canister down. This is my first time putting on a real suspension lift, so I'm just a little nervous. My uncle and two friends will be helping me so I won't be doing it alone. But any help would be great.

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OME bumpstop extensions won't be long enough...you'll need at least 1.25" to keep the rear TB bracket from hitting the underside of the tub. the OME units are 0.8".

this is a JK, but the TJ isn't much different at all:
Lift Install & Suspension lessons learned

I run OME stuff, so you may found this useful:
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