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I want the OME but, i cant afford the ARB bull bar just yet. So i was thinking about going with the RC three inch lift, then, putting ome heavys up front with the bull bar later on. I just want to make sure i have this right. The RC three inch lift comes with shocks and springs for the back, and spacers for the front, is that correct? Comments, suggestions? Thanks guys.

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Yes, the RC lift is a spacer lift for the front and a shock/spring for the back.

I'm not sure I understand the rational for waiting for the OME kit for the ARB bull bar. If you are planning on doing that, be patient and wait to do them at once. Otherwise, you will be paying to do the install twice or doing the install twice.

If it were me (at one time it was), I would try to figure out how long you would have to run with the lift before getting the ARB. If you can manage it, do the lift and suffer with the "rough" ride until you get the springs loaded up with the weight of the ARB...
 

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I dude at the 4x4 shop said that the struts may where out or go out if i went with the heavy load and no bumper. That was my main concern. If i were to go my way i would only buy the ome front lift with the bumper, and leave the RC rear lift as is. You make a great point though. Do you think the heavys will be okay with no front bumper?
 
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