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 Post subject: Re: SAX suspension
PostPosted: Sat Nov 11, 2017 12:18 pm 
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Danno wrote:
What's the measurement from he middle of your wheels to the guard Bruce? front and rear.

I think the problems with OME suspension are well documented on here mate but mostly sorted by now probably (all the companies had issues with the lift on the front end)....there are much better alternatives and I think the maximum lift they will do is only about 35mm or so so you'd probably be lowering it a bit too. Consider just getting new shocks and the SAX leaves reset too mate, it'll save you a fortune.

Thanks Dan, passenger side 560 rear 565 front drivers 575 both ends,
Where can you get the springs reset mate? Cause that would be great to bring it back to what they were like when new. Ok differently some thing to look into, thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: SAX suspension
PostPosted: Sat Nov 11, 2017 1:46 pm 
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93MU wrote:
Danno wrote:
What's the measurement from he middle of your wheels to the guard Bruce? front and rear.

I think the problems with OME suspension are well documented on here mate but mostly sorted by now probably (all the companies had issues with the lift on the front end)....there are much better alternatives and I think the maximum lift they will do is only about 35mm or so so you'd probably be lowering it a bit too. Consider just getting new shocks and the SAX leaves reset too mate, it'll save you a fortune.

Thanks Dan, passenger side 560 rear 565 front drivers 575 both ends,
Where can you get the springs reset mate? Cause that would be great to bring it back to what they were like when new. Ok differently some thing to look into, thanks.


Your fronts are OK you can't really go any higher than that but if you're unloaded then the backs may have sagged a little, I would have expected 590mm plus (unloaded), any spring or suspension place would be able to arrange a reset mate.

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 Post subject: Re: SAX suspension
PostPosted: Sat Nov 11, 2017 2:42 pm 
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Danno wrote:
93MU wrote:
Danno wrote:
What's the measurement from he middle of your wheels to the guard Bruce? front and rear.

I think the problems with OME suspension are well documented on here mate but mostly sorted by now probably (all the companies had issues with the lift on the front end)....there are much better alternatives and I think the maximum lift they will do is only about 35mm or so so you'd probably be lowering it a bit too. Consider just getting new shocks and the SAX leaves reset too mate, it'll save you a fortune.

Thanks Dan, passenger side 560 rear 565 front drivers 575 both ends,
Where can you get the springs reset mate? Cause that would be great to bring it back to what they were like when new. Ok differently some thing to look into, thanks.


Your fronts are OK you can't really go any higher than that but if you're unloaded then the backs may have sagged a little, I would have expected 590mm plus (unloaded), any spring or suspension place would be able to arrange a reset mate.


Thanks Dan :D


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