OME Front 1.5-3″ Lift Coils for 1995-2004 Tacoma, 1996-2002 4Runner

SKU: OME-2880_2881_2883
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Base Price: $199.99

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Front OME Coils  for 1995-2004 Tacoma and 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 4Runner

Part: OME-***

As part of their integrated 4WD suspension systems, Old Man Emu designs a range of coil springs for each vehicle, enabling the installer to match the most appropriate springs to the intended application. While ride height increases are attained, emphasis is placed on ride control improvements. Further fine tuning is achieved when the springs are matched to a corresponding set of Old Man Emu shock absorbers, delivering a fully integrated system designed specifically to suit your vehicle.

  • Springs are formed on precision mandrels
  • Scragging before and after shot peening to prevent sagging
  • Coil spring end configurations designed to exact specifications guaranteeing perfect fitment to your vehicle
  • Durable powder coat finish

Front coils: Choose one option in dropdown

  • OME 2880: Stock front weight.1.5 inch lift.
  • OME 2881: Stock front weight. 2-2.5 inch lift.
  • OME 2883: 200 + lbs additional front weight (heavy bumper and winch) 2.5- 3 inch Lift

 

**2wd Prerunner lift heights may vary.  2881 and 2883 coils are not recommend for 2wd without additional weight.

NOTE: 2883 coils require matching OME 90004 front shocks

Sold in pairs.

Will not work on a 5-lug Tacoma.

 

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        A Can give too much lift if you have single cab 4cyl without additional constant load
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        A I have the Bilstein 5100's shocks front and back and I paired it with the OME 883s front and 891 rear which fits fine. Its a bit rough due to the heavier duty weight capacity but I'm not driving it as a mall crawler so I'm okay with it.
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        A Hello If you have Bilstein B8 5100 (Ride Height Adjustable) Part Number:24-249928 you can use 881 only lowest setting. You get 2"
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        A https://www.bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-tundra/00-06-toyota-tundra/front-lifts-and-coilovers-00-06-toyota-tundra/bilstein-height-adjustable-5100-shocks-for-2000-2006-toyota-tundra/ If you have these shocks, then they should work with stock springs. Rearranging the ring in shock, you get a different lift Installation Instructions https://productdesk.cart.bilsteinus.com//media/products/bilstein/E4-WM5-Y517A00_1.pdf If you are not using a stock coil, the rings should be installed in the lower position This coil is not fit for TUNDRA
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        A These coils need shocks that are longer then stock
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        A Longer shocks will be needed * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/shop/toyota-4runner/1996-2002/front-bilstein-height-adjustable-5100-shocks-for-1995-2004-toyota-tacoma-and-4runner/ * * *
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        A Unfortunatelly no, these coils are for 6-lug.For 5-lug we can offer only few items * * * https://bilsteinlifts.com/product-category/toyota-tacoma/1995-2004/1995-2004-5-lug-tacoma/
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        A 500 pound spring rate, the same as what the 880 spring rate is. The 881 springs are slightly longer, hence the greater lift with them.
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        A It'll depend on your truck front weight. most likely the shocks upgrade will be needed to provide additional suspension travel for the lift size closer to 3''. As for your tire question - unfortunately we haven't tested tire sizes on that lift and do not have tire size information for that, but with the 3'' lift and proper shocks the whole wheel diameter can probably be increased by 2''. It'll depend on the tires and rims you will use and will need test fitment.

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