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Hi all,

Does anyone have experience with fitting 32 or 33" tires with an OME lift? ARB/OME reckon about 30mm front and 40mm rear lift :) I'm running 265/70-17's now with no issues on a stock D40 Navara :)

Edit: My bad, just read the sticky. Seems the lift won't allow me to run anything bigger than the 265/70-17's I have :) If anyone has any experience that says otherwise let me know!
 

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I have the OME HD front set up with Nitto 285/75R16 that measured a full 33"'s new and didn't have any problems fitting them (with the melt mod as well). I'm pretty happy with the set-up, the HD coils do a pretty good job of handling the ARB bumper and winch.
 

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I have the OME HD front set up with Nitto 285/75R16 that measured a full 33"'s new and didn't have any problems fitting them (with the melt mod as well). I'm pretty happy with the set-up, the HD coils do a pretty good job of handling the ARB bumper and winch.
Guessing stock wheels &/or stock offset is key.
 

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I think so, I just have the stock rims. From what i've read here and other places when you get into aftermarket rims and the offset/backspacing changes to much that's when you can have issues fitting bigger tires. Nothing a bit a fender trimming cant solve mind you but that's not something everyone wants to do.
 

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Thanks for posting this! After I get done with my lease and take over payments, I was going to get the OME suspension! Slowly but surely building my rig :)
 

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I have the OME HD front set up with Nitto 285/75R16 that measured a full 33"'s new and didn't have any problems fitting them (with the melt mod as well). I'm pretty happy with the set-up, the HD coils do a pretty good job of handling the ARB bumper and winch.
Any pics with the OME on? I'm going to order one I think. I would only need medium duty if I'm not running a arb bumper correct?
 

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If you don’t have a bumper, winch etc I’d just do the medium coil. The HD coils are really stiff even with the bumper/winch, I’ve been thinking about swapping to the mediums to see how they ride. The coils aren’t super expensive anyway.
 

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If you don’t have a bumper, winch etc I’d just do the medium coil. The HD coils are really stiff even with the bumper/winch, I’ve been thinking about swapping to the mediums to see how they ride. The coils aren’t super expensive anyway.

GMK14 I just looked at your pictures the last one showing the coil n shock I have question about the set up on yours why does it look like in pic that the shock shaft with the bushing cup is about 2" too long it looks like the shaft is through the mount here's a pic of mine I just took I'm running the heavy 806's also just with Bilstiens it might have something to do with your ride your feeling I am very happy running the 806's with the steel winch plate bumper
 

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Well damn, thanks for noticing that. Yup something broke, it’s not supposed to look like that. Plus the loose metal on top and the notch it’s carving into the coil bucket, this should be a fun fix....
 

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Thanks for the reply and pics. Your truck looks good! Mine is the body shop getting a full frame replacement from an accident. Insurance company won't total it. I figure now is the time to get it put in. I won't have to pay for labor. SUCKS THEY WONT TOTOL MY TRUCK!!!! 2016 pro 4x with 8500 mile
 
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