Yep, I ended up getting the OME through Rocky Road. If you email them, only the owner responds to email, and he's a bit brief with his replies. One is better served by phoning them. I met the guys who take the calls & they seem to know what they are talking about.blink32 wrote:NVSteve got his OME through Rocky-Road I believe. He also got some sliders custom built (for free) via them. Based off his experiences I would say Rocky is a good re-seller. Search for his threads.
If I remember correctly I initially tried to get my OME through them and either go no response or no real support so I ended up with 4x4connection. It wasn't a horrible experience but it didn't turn out to be good either.
Other than OME and the Calamini pre-order, the only options I know of are front springs by 1 or 2 places, and spacers (around 1") supposedly fit from Frontiers or Xterra's if I remember right.
Pretty sure I started off on e-mail, moved to telephone then back to waiting on e-mails. This was back before resellers even had the products listed in their books/systems. All I know is I was ready to pass them some cash once I had a total and they dropped the ball. But up until the end of communications everything was peachy.NVSteve wrote: If you email them, only the owner responds to email, and he's a bit brief with his replies. One is better served by phoning them.
It isn't a lot of lift, but I believe (in my case) that it will afford me with a better ride overall, no more bottoming out of the rear, and that much more needed clearance to help up the few roads that have so far stopped me. You can't safely go more than a couple of inches with independent suspension as it creates too much strain on key components. There are only 3 other options that I know of:mtbpath wrote:is 1.75" lift a lot?
any other lift besides Calmini that does a higher lift?