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So explain this to an idiot lol... this is front set (kit 1) and back set (kit 2)?
It appears that each kit includes both front and rear. Some kits include other accessories such as sway bar and panhard bracket.
 

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It appears that each kit includes both front and rear. Some kits include other accessories such as sway bar and panhard bracket.
Then why are they the same price and list the same contents? I suspect one is swb or sasquatch / non sasquatch. It can’t be front/back or left/right because the contents include a sway bar on the heavy model.
 

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It appears that each kit includes both front and rear. Some kits include other accessories such as sway bar and panhard bracket.
Did some more digging...each kit includes both front and rears. Near as I can tell the difference between Kit1 and Kit2 are the spring rates. Looks like the panhard bracket is included in all packages. The HD packges both include sway bar.
 

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Then why are they the same price and list the same contents? I suspect one is swb or sasquatch / non sasquatch. It can’t be front/back or left/right because the contents include a sway bar on the heavy model.
I can't find any reference to Sasquatch compatibilty, just states 4LWB. Nada for 2-door
 

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I’m guessing its a mistake.
They may have not tested it on a 2dr. All these will work, they might just be a tad stiffer.
 

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I can't find any reference to Sasquatch compatibilty, just states 4LWB. Nada for 2-door
If you are replacing your struts/coilovers it wouldn't matter if its Squatched or not would it ?
the only difference would be an 1'' less of lift gained by the kit.
Am I thinking about this right or am I missing something ?
 

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If you are replacing your struts/coilovers it wouldn't matter if its Squatched or not would it ?
the only difference would be an 1'' less of lift gained by the kit.
Am I thinking about this right or am I missing something ?
That makes sense to me. Not really sure if the "2" of lift" reference is for a base, BB, BD, OB or BL. In the OPs first picture the truck appears to be a squatched OB. Clarification from ARB or OME would certainly be welcomed.
 

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If the prices are for the front and rear, I might have to look more into this. This is attractive pricing for suspension upgrade + lift compared to that of bds/kings/icon/fox coil lifts.
 

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The BDS, Kings, Fox etcetera are probably in a different class w/ remote reservoirs and all but the OME price point for a full kit is pretty hard to beat for a respected brand. I did some more research and OME also offers just the spring for the factory Bilstiens for cheap.
 

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Wow, I haven't heard the OME name in years. Nice to see even more suspension options coming out for these trucks.
 

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I think @Ryan at ARB has left for the weekend. Lol. Oh well.
 

 
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