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these things are priceey! referring to Old Man Emu-
175 for fronts p/n131
167 for rears p/n141
43 for add a leafs
17 for bushings
who can beat these prices in NorCal?
yeh I know 55 rears for the whole deal - it aint my rig
yeh i know F-150's -it aint my rig!
 

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You might check with Kurt at Cruiser Outfitters in Utah. (801)528-3937. It may not be worth it when you consider shipping, but he seems to have VERY competetive prices on stuff like that.

For what its worth, if you're just going for mild lift and good ride, the OME's are great springs. I had them on my 40 for several years and loved them. The rode well on the street and flexed great on the trail. Yeah, they're spendy, but I thought they were worth it. There are some other springs out there that are good and possibly a bit cheaper too. I've been pleased with my Alcans. They're built totally custom for your truck with any amount of lift. Might be a good option too.


Here's my truck with OME's and 35's.


Here it is with 5" Alcans and 37's. I like it this way better.:)
 

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Yea, I really like mine but they were some serious cash, IIRC I got around 1200 bucks into mine! They ride great and flex even better! But not for the faint of wallet!!

-Scott
 

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those are pretty good prices
My price is within a few bucks each on the springs but the rest is the same


please note,
bushings at $17 is actually $17 per corner (x4)
 

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sent email, thnx Alex
guess some things just cost more than others,
do they have an extra long warranty period?
I like the Alcan approach too and National and local mfg. Dentoni can get real close on custom springs too.
 
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