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Old 08-12-2003, 09:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OME vs. IRONMAN

i hav an lj78 prado '92. its a seventy series with coils all around. ive looked around for suspension upgrades and found OME and Ironman. can u guys giv feedback on whats the better choice. it will be used as a daily. tnx
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Can't go wrong with Old Man Emu! I'm not too familiar with Ironman.
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I use to sell the Ironman springs but.. I found that the fit and finish wasn't good enough and the springs fit like crap on the FJ40's. The 60 series kits are quite nice but sit a bit low in the nose like the OME.
I've been selling Belton's and OME for the past few years. The Beltonís outsell the OME's about 12 to 1.
I run the Belton kit on my 60 and love it and I run the OME's on my FJ40. I will however run Belton's on my FJ40 when the OME's finally die (6 years and going strong). I just can't justify the added cost for OME's when they ride and flex the same (my opinion from dealing with the spring kits on dozens of Cruisers)

I would check to see if you can get Belton's locally
if not, contact me and I'll find you a supplier you can get them from.
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