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Old 01-24-2006, 01:28 AM   #1
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What will best compliment my OME lift?

After months of trying to decide, I went with the OME 2" lift. Before I install it, should I use my extra money to buy adjustable track bars front and rear to avoid drilling holes and to get a more precise axle centering, or should I opt for front and rear lower control arms.

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Old 01-24-2006, 05:27 AM   #2
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If its a DD I would say trackbars, but if you plan on going offroad the controlarms are a benefit.
Any plans on disconnects?

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I would go for the trac bars. You don't want to have to start drilling holes in trac bar mounts. You can always upgrade your control arms, and add disconnects, later.
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Thanks,
Thats just what I needed to hear. JKS Disco's are already on the way for the front with extended links for the rear.
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I run a 2" lift and you'll be fine with quick discos up front and adjustable track bars. Black Diamond bars are heavy duty and priced well. I think I paid about $120 each. I'd then look into rocker guards before control arms on such a modest lift.
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After months of trying to decide, I went with the OME 2" lift. Before I install it, should I use my extra money to buy adjustable track bars front and rear to avoid drilling holes and to get a more precise axle centering, or should I opt for front and rear lower control arms.

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What kind of wheeling do you do? What size tires? Body Lift?

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