OME Suspension Kit selection tool

Discussion in 'Aftermarket Products, Reviews & Installation' started by vwgtiturbo, Mar 22, 2018.

  1. vwgtiturbo

    vwgtiturbo Well-Known Member

    Using the OME Suspension Kit tool on their website, you select year, make, and model of vehicle (but don't select the submodel, like SR5/PreRunner/4x4/etc.). So, for my '05 (Prerunner), the "recommended kit" states that it'll give 55mm lift in the front, and 50mm in the rear.

    What I wonder is: are these lift numbers referencing stock Tacoma SR5 height as 0? I mean, the Prerunner is already lifted relative to an SR5; will 2 inches of lift simply get me the same height as I currently sit? Or, do we assume that "nobody would lift an SR5; the numbers are relative to Prerunner/4x4"?

    Sorry for the noob question; just figured I'd ask here before messaging ARB.
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  3. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    If you are talking about 5 lug SR5 vs 6 lug trucks (SR5, prerunner or 4wd) then you need almost 3 to get to stock 6 lug height. The suspension is different and the 6 lug products will not work with a 5 lug.
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2018
  4. OP

    vwgtiturbo Well-Known Member

    Alright, so it's likely safe to assume that the numbers referenced are relative to any of the 6 lug variants. Naturally, I'll message them to confirm, but wanted to poke the bushes here to see if I was of my rocker, or whether it was a legitimate question. Thanks!
    whippersnapper02 likes this.

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