Skog07 wrote:twake34 wrote:Wow - I've read the whole thread and still have questions…
How do I level the front end SAFELY without chucking out the OME suspension kit that I have and starting again? (Who makes a suspension system that leaves the nose dragging!) If strut spacers are the answer, what kits do I need?
- Diff drop kit
- Bump stop extensions
In a nut shell my question is:
- CAN strut spacers be done SAFELY/PROPERLY and if so EXACTLY what kits do you need?
Twake34 another bit of a reading exercise mate Sorry about that.
Have a look at this thread.
I ended up fitting some King springs into the OME front strut. Got some good results out of it until I replaced it with Ultimate gear last year. I got the springs from Repco for about $170 for the set. I have a write up in the link on how it all went. Brought it back up to +30mm which is where I wanted to be.
Rocket55 wrote:With a 2" lift your CV's will be fine, the post above and hundreds of others tell you this. The biggest risk to your CV's is a big dose of right foot when off road. Most CV failures are driver error and coincidently most drivers don't like to hear that so the suspension lift cops the bulk of the blame. Strut spacers on the other hand are evil and DO CAUSE damage.
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