Lift Height Confusion

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Calvin.8

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#21
Correct. Look at my edit above. If you start with a linear rate coil with known qualities, then you can do the math.
So given the amount of weight I have added to my jeep that I mentioned earlier, do think my jeep is light enough that the OME lift will keep it around 2.25-2.5 inches? Or do you think it is heavy enough that the JKS 3 inch springs won't lift it too far past 3"?
 

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#22
Dirk at DPG Offroad is good at figuring this stuff out. He's an OME dealer and had been on the forums for years helping others figure out the right springs.

I like OME coils because they are longer and lighter than most in the lower lift height ranges. I learned a lot over several sets of them as the Jeep grew.
 
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#23
Actually, I may just go with OME. Because I really don't want to end up with more lift than I'm looking for, and I can always add coil spring spacers to the smaller spring if needed.
 
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Calvin.8

Calvin.8

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Nov 11, 2018
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Iola KS
#24
Dirk at DPG Offroad is good at figuring this stuff out. He's an OME dealer and had been on the forums for years helping others figure out the right springs.

I like OME coils because they are longer and lighter than most in the lower lift height ranges. I learned a lot over several sets of them as the Jeep grew.
Ok I will check it out