After the multiple trips on the old performance products springs I got out of the junkyard, I got tired of the rear sagging with all of my gear. Tire wear started to accelerate so it was time for a proper rear lift. I chose to run OME 890 springs as they were the same ones I had on my first 3rd gen. They are rated for a 3″ lift and have a higher spring rate for carrying a heavier load. I also went with Toytecs Bistein 5125’s which are rumored to have special valving for the 3rd gen’s weight. Probably just propaganda. The picture is a little exaggerated as the springs have settled pretty well. Trip to Coyote Flats next weekend will be a good understanding of what, if anything, I need to do for the front.

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