Thanks everybody. I'm no expert, but i was thinking the following: the 33 is only 1" higher than the 31" since only half goes up in fender, thus the 1" BS to compensate for that. The setup will have a 2" taller coil with corresponding shocks. so why should my spring compress to the point of hitting the bumpstop? Maybe I'm missing something, or calculating the wrong way. triver525, I'm not saying you're wrong, it's just I'm trying to find why would I touch. Thanks.triver525 said:I ran that setup for a little while before my body lift and I damaged my fenders after flexing a few times. If you are planning on running that setup offroad you WILL need a 1" body lift as well. Also, if you are putting a 2" spacer in you should put in a 2" bumpstop extension. I would put in 1" of washers or something and then put a hockey puck in the bottom. If you don't you are asking for spring sag. DC designed the system to have a certain amount of maximum compression and set the bump stops for that. If you push down the spring 2" and only put in a 1" BS extension, you will overcompress your spring by 1". That will cause your springs to weaken very quickly.
I would like 33", but what worries me, I see a lot of people complaining of shifting in 2nd or 4th after body lift, even with MML.triver525 said:The OME kit comes with bumpstop extensions. OME is an engineered kit so you won't have to worry about the BS being too short or long; the BS are designed for the springs. With the 32" tires, you won't have any worries about rubbing but I would seriously suggest going with 33s and doing a 1" body lift. You will never regret the extra tire height.