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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-20-2000, 03:41 PM Thread Starter
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Old Man Emu Lift Kit

Anyone know who has good prices on an OME kit? Looking to get a 2.5" kit for my '87 YJ. I already have RS9000 shocks for a 2.5" lift. Do they sell a kit without shocks? Thanks in advance.

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Re: Old Man Emu Lift Kit

You can buy just the springs if you want. I don't know who you'd call for a good price though.

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Re: Old Man Emu Lift Kit

You can E mail them at [email protected] they have always been really good about getting back to me promptly. If I remember right it was abot $350 for front and rear 2 1/2" spring packs only.

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Re: Old Man Emu Lift Kit

I would try 4 Wheel Drive Hardware. They might even have a Christmas sale on.




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Re: Old Man Emu Lift Kit

You'll have to get their poly bushings and stuff too. Dont buy any front springs- they sag. Get four rear springs instead. If you order springs for a hard-top equipped Jeep they will hold more weight, or give a tiny bit more lift. You can also order a 1"-lift add-a-leave set for 3.5" of lift without losing any articulation or ride quality. Their shocks are good too...

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