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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-08-2005, 10:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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OME 2.5" coil spring-based lift

Does somebody have the mopar part number for the 2.5 coil spacer. I bought a winch last week and seems like the front is sagging.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-08-2005, 11:05 AM
 
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You do not need a Mopar part number. Many companies sell spacers. If you want adjustability buy JKS ACOS spacers.
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I don't have a Mopar part # and i'm a bit confused on what you mean...but i got a set of OME 10MM(3/8 inch) trim packers(spacers) from http://www.rocky-road.com for 22 bucks and it leveled the front out with my T-Max 9500 winch and Tomken winch mount. Then I added 2x 10MM in the rear to level from the heavier spare and the Wilderness bumper/carrier/rack combo....

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ok..thanks....I'm very interested on the rocky road 2'' coil spacers.
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Not sure if you're looking at getting the whole 2" Rocky Road kit, but if so, I have one for sale:

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part# 52087767-spring isolator--upper

Add one on anyway to cancel out the winch weight. The other spacers don't have a metal insert and deform slightly with the weight. Check out PBR_Stich's website.

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I put the new OME spacers between the frame and the stock isolators.....

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I used 3/4 in. Rubicon Express spacers in the front to counter the winch/bumper. Got them from Dirk at DPG. Cheap and easy. The OME trim packers are only 3/8 in. if I remember right, so it takes 2 sets and they were a little more expensive than the RE.

Oh yeah, I kept the stock isolators also. It sits nice and level.

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I used 3/4 in. Rubicon Express spacers in the front to counter the winch/bumper. Got them from Dirk at DPG. Cheap and easy. The OME trim packers are only 3/8 in. if I remember right, so it takes 2 sets and they were a little more expensive than the RE.

Oh yeah, I kept the stock isolators also. It sits nice and level.
X2 on the 3/4" from Dirk, Jeep sits almost perfect...

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