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07-14-2013 06:21 PM
KaiserJeep Nope. RR special ordered 4" springs from ARB in Australia. But they are non-progressive as are the OME HD springs, and very stiff.
07-13-2013 08:29 AM
Outdoors
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Originally Posted by KaiserJeep View Post
There is nothing special about the 4" OME lift. It rides very stiffly, as do all other 4" springs. The 2.5" OME lifts are in another class, very soft-riding lifts.
I thought the RR 4" lift was 2.5 OME springs with spacers? The fact it does not have adjustable control arms, or the proper length control arms, that will effect ride and drivability more then anything else. With proper control arm sizing those coils will be just as soft riding, although with another 1.5" of lift. You "might" not like that, Having a higher center of gravity and softer coils.
07-13-2013 05:17 AM
KaiserJeep There is nothing special about the 4" OME lift. It rides very stiffly, as do all other 4" springs. The 2.5" OME lifts are in another class, very soft-riding lifts.

I made one order to Rocky Road Outfitters. I got such poor customer service that I swore never to order from them again.
07-12-2013 09:11 PM
jmcc75 I thought this kit came with spacers cuz it says directly on their page "Old Man Emu replacement front and rear coil springs with spacers for a full 4" of lift."
07-12-2013 03:08 PM
HotTotty
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Originally Posted by Big Cole View Post
The kit is incomplete. You still need to purchase control arms. Only parts from that kit I would install on my rig are the coils.
Thanks for the input
07-12-2013 02:03 PM
Big Cole The kit is incomplete. You still need to purchase control arms. Only parts from that kit I would install on my rig are the coils.
07-12-2013 01:12 PM
HotTotty
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Originally Posted by jmcc75 View Post
I believe the only advertised 4" lift from OME is for the JK but the front coils fit the same so I guess you could experiment with it
rocky-road has a 4" lift for the tj listed just saw it the other day previously all I had seen was the 2.5" lift TJ Lift: Jeep TJ, Rubicon, Unlimited lift Kit
07-12-2013 12:50 PM
jmcc75 I believe the only advertised 4" lift from OME is for the JK but the front coils fit the same so I guess you could experiment with it
07-12-2013 11:39 AM
HotTotty
4" OME Lift

Has anybody had a chance to run the 4" OME lift on an LJ?

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