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Old January 14th, 2004, 06:07 PM
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new springs?

I'm looking to put new OME springs under my D90.
My original thought was 751/762 combo, but I've seen enough comments to wonder if a better config is available. Some folks run 762 or 764 all round.

I plan to put 285s under it soon. This will for all intents and purposes be a daily driver, and trail machine. So I'm looking for something all round, and not totally dedicated to the trail. Perhaps an inch or two of lift would be nice.

Currently I have stock springs and Rancho9000 shocks. '94 softtop with a winch up front.

Based on the above, any recommendations on which OME springs (and do I need to swap out my shocks, if so to what) I should consider. And why.
tnx for any input.
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Old January 14th, 2004, 08:16 PM
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Call John Lee at the www.expeditionexchange.com or check out the site. they have alot of info on the springs
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Old January 14th, 2004, 08:35 PM
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Scott, I have 751 HD front and 764 MD rear on my 1997 90 soft top with ARB bumber and winch up front. Truck sits just slightly lower in front by a half inch or so when the rear is empty. When fully loaded, she sits a bit low in the back. If I had it to do all over again I'd go with the 751 heavy duty in front and the 762 heavy duty in the rear for a more balanced look when loaded for camping/wheeling trips. My $0.02 worth.

Oh, and I run ARB shocks and got the whole suspension setup from John at EE. I have 255 85 16 BFG MT's.
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Old January 20th, 2004, 10:03 AM
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Ron,

when your truck is fully loaded, how much stuff you got? What sorts of things? (Trying to figure out how often I'll be going that heavy)
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Sorry, I forgot about this post for a while... When fully loaded I run about 250 - 300 lbs of gear and I remove the rear forward facing seat and brackets.
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