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09-06-2010 11:00 PM
chilisteve Had an OME (Suspension Upgrade) on my 05. Note they (OME) call it a suspension upgrade not a lift. That being said they also say it will lift your Jeep anywhere from 1.5" to 2 inches.
Mine lifted 2" and was a HUGE improvement over stock, it rode and drove better and had much less body roll.
For what it is worth OME is the only way to go!!!!
09-06-2010 03:44 PM
lwszabo The OME kits are very exspensive. he has a 2 inch spacer lift however the shocks are shot. the jeep has almost 200,000 miles. i recomended a lift only because of the miles. he never off roads this jeep, do you think he needs new springs? of maybe just new shocks???
09-03-2010 07:48 PM
Minn_wild1 I have a Rubicon express kit. i really like the shocks. I had a Tomken Machine set of 2" lift springs. They were stiff and i had issues with the quality.... The top of the front coil was wound in too tighlty and wouldn't slide up over the spring isolator. Unfortunately, i bought them used from a guy on craigslist...crooked little #%&!.
09-03-2010 05:45 PM
TexasSam I have the 2" Pro Crap and hate the stiff a$$ shocks . I changed the shocks to Sky jacker hydro's and now it rides great. OH go with oldman Emu !!
09-03-2010 12:29 PM
mrcarcrazy
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Originally Posted by jeepmedic4 View Post
I may get shot for saying this but several guys over on the land rover forum where I am a member are running terrafirma because they are about 200 bucks cheaper than OME set-ups and they all love them so far. But I also agree that OME are some of the best on the market. Depends on how much he wants to spend and whether he is putting it on for looks or function.
According to thier site they don't make stuff for jeeps......Terrafirma Suspension - Suspension kits Accessories for Land Rover Vehicles
09-03-2010 11:55 AM
jeepmedic4 I may get shot for saying this but several guys over on the land rover forum where I am a member are running terrafirma because they are about 200 bucks cheaper than OME set-ups and they all love them so far. But I also agree that OME are some of the best on the market. Depends on how much he wants to spend and whether he is putting it on for looks or function.
09-03-2010 01:06 AM
NM JEEPS 15 i like my old man emu!
09-02-2010 11:05 PM
Hinch45 Also look at BDS, Never heard/read a bad review, Great warranty. I installed mine and love it.
09-02-2010 09:32 AM
530ktm Lot's of good reviews on Old Man Emu lifts. I like mine.
09-02-2010 09:32 AM
TOW69 I put a 2.5 Pro Comp on my rubicon. I like it, and would recommend it.
09-02-2010 09:19 AM
lwszabo
what 2 inch lift?

I have a friend with a 97 TJ he wants a 2 inch lift, with springs and shocks. what do you guys and girls recommend? He does not want any more than 2 inches. he wants springs because his jeep has 250,000 miles!

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