Oh my gosh! I am so jealous right now! Can not wait to see more pics!
Looking good man
X2 on more pics
I finished just as it was getting too dark to take pictures so more tomorrow! It really looks AWESOME I'll try and get a flex shot too it flexes well.
Hub to fender measurements please.
I'm looking to get OME HD also.
21.5" in the rear 21" in the front. (for others reference stock should be 18 front 18.75 rear) Take into account that I do have aftermarket bumpers front and rear and also the springs may settle down a little bit over the next week or two, I will update with measurements later. As of now it looks like I've gained 3" over stock, WITH bumpers and old isolators
I plan on replacing those isolators eventually as well, apparently I could be losing up to 3/4" there alone! The OME coils achieve lift through spring rate more than lift so they were very easy to get in and out, actually easier than installing my BB if you want me to be honest.
What about shocks?
Ah yes those pretty little things. I ordered my Bilsteins last week but when I checked today they havent been shipped out yet so I think I might change the shipping address to ROC and it looks like they'll just have to wait. I tested the stockers outside the Jeep, no leaks and still feel "right" when I compressed them by hand, maybe a bit too easy to compress. They have behaved fine on the road, havent bottomed them out or anything and gave the Jeep ~50 miles of driving today on all sorts of roads and situations and everything behaved awesome. These coils have literally transformed my handling feel/ride quality you gotta try it out that weekend you come up to the apartment. I dont know about handling limits though being a lifted Jeep I'm not pushing them and I'm kinda worried to figure out what they are. The OMEs reduced body roll significantly so its tempting me to push it but I still dont trust it. I'm sure the proper extended links I also installed have helped.
PS the 32s are back on for this week only, buddys wanted to see what it REALLY would look like. I'll be taking them off this weekend but with air tools changing tires takes minutes at most