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Tee 11-03-2007 06:17 PM

Old Man Emu 2.5" Kit **HELP**
 
I have a kit here ready to install. No instructions though:rolleyes:

Springs are marked A and B. Which goes in which side. I am guessing A is drivers and B is passenger?

Kit is new by the way, long story but its all brand new, but I am the second owner of the kit!

bpowa 11-03-2007 08:58 PM

I would call a retailer/distributor.

nicolas-eric 11-03-2007 09:36 PM

most of the time people drive alone in their jeep.
that´s why the drivers side OME springs are a bit longer to level it out when you drive alone.

MR.CLIFFORD 11-03-2007 10:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicolas-eric (Post 154933)
most of the time people drive alone in their jeep.
that´s why the drivers side OME springs are a bit longer to level it out when you drive alone.

Almost.


OME springs are designed with the A coils going on opposite corners.


OME A = Front Drivers
OME B = Front Pass.
OME A = Rear Pass.
OME B = Rear Driver.

:wavey:

TeeJay 11-03-2007 10:17 PM

RC lifts have an extra turn in the rear pass. side coil to prevent sag from engine torque.

MR.CLIFFORD 11-03-2007 10:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TeeJay (Post 154948)
RC lifts have an extra turn in the rear pass. side coil to prevent sag from engine torque.

Your analogy has no bearing on this conversation. You are comparing a ford to a ferrari in a F1 circuit :flipoff:

Triple88a 11-04-2007 01:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TeeJay (Post 154948)
RC lifts have an extra turn in the rear pass. side coil to prevent sag from engine torque.

Although cliff is right its true for the rc lifts.. You can even feel the difference in coil stiffness for the rc rear springs..

erickpl 11-05-2007 07:52 AM

Taller front spring on driver side.
Taller rear spring on passenger side.


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