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Old Man Emu Coil Spring Information Tables

Old Man Emu Coil Spring Information Tables

Posted by Cruiser Outfitters on Mar 2nd 2022

METRIC
OME Part #
Spring Rate
(N/mm)
Bar Dia.
(mm)
Free Height
(mm)
General Application
OME 3039 38.5 17 520/530 80 Series 3" Front
OME 3040 44.0 19 505/515 80 Series 3" Rear
OME 3043 44.0 19 530/540 80 Series 4" Rear
OME 3049 56.0 20 505/515 80 Series 3" Rear
OME 3051 38.5 17 545/555 80 Series 4" Front
OME 3052 56.0 20 530/540 80 Series 4" Rear
OME 2418
52.5
505/515
80 Series Comp.
OME 2419
52.5
530/540
80 Series Comp.
OME 2420
52.5
555/565
80 Series Comp.
OME 2421
49.0
480/490
80 Series Comp.
OME 2422
49.0
505/515
80 Series Comp.
OME 2423
49.0
530/540
80 Series Comp.
OME 2793
28.8
15
350
Rav 4
OME 2795
63.0
16
280
Rav 4
OME 2796
73.6
16
255/250
Rav 4
OME 2850
38.5
17
495/505
80 Series
OME 2850J
38.5
17
525/535
80 Series
OME 2851
38.5
17
475/485
80 Series
OME 2860
38.5
18
480/490
80/100 Series
OME 2861
38.5
16
480/490
80 Series
OME 2862
42.0
17
460/470
80 Series
OME 2863
44.0
19
480/490
80/100 Series
OME 2863J
44.0
19
510/520
80 Series
OME 2864
56.0
20
480/490
80/100 Series
OME 2865
38.5
18
460
100 Series
OME 2866
42-52.5
18
465
100 Series
OME 2868 63.1 21 480/490 80/100 Series
OME 2880
88.0
16
365
4Run/Tacoma
OME 2881
88.0
16
375
4Run/Tacoma
OME 2882
88.0
16
395
4Run/Tacoma
OME 2883 103 17 375 Prado
OME 2884 103 17 385 4Run/FJC
OME 2885 103 17 395 4Run/Tac/FJC
OME 2886 115 18 402 4Run/Tacoma
OME 890
33.0
15
435/425
4Runner
OME 2891 33.0 16 420/410 4Runner
OME 2892 68 18 400/390 4Runner
OME 2895 4Run/FJC
OME 2895E FJ Cruiser
OME 2896 4Runner
OME 2897 4Runner
OME 2900
31.5
16
405/395
4Runner
OME 2901
38.5
17
395/385
4Runner
OME 2906 38.5 17 390/380 4Runner
OME 2974
44
17
385/370
Rav 4

USCS
OME Part #
Spring Rate
(lbf/in)
Bar Dia.
(in)
Free Height
(in)
General Application
OME 3039 220 80 Series 3" Front
OME 3040 250 80 Series 3" Rear
OME 3043 250 80 Series 4" Rear
OME 3049 320 80 Series 3" Rear
OME 3051 220 .669 80 Series 4" Front
OME 3052 320 .787 80 Series 4" Rear
OME 2418
300
19.88/20.28
80 Series 3" Front
OME 2419
300
20.87/21.26
80 Series 4" Front
OME 2420
300
21.85/22.24
80 Series 5" Front
OME 2421
280
18.9/19.29
80 Series 3" Rear
OME 2422
280
19.88/20.28
80 Series 4" Rear
OME 2423
280
20.87/21.26
80 Series 5" Rear
OME 2793
165
.591
13.78
Rav 4
OME 2795
360
.630
11.02
Rav 4
OME 2796
420
.630
10.04/9.84
Rav 4
OME 2850
220
.669
19.49/19.88
80 Series
OME 2850J
220
.669
20.67/21.06
80 Series
OME 2851
220
.669
18.70/19.09
80 Series
OME 2860
220
.709
18.90/19.29
80/100 Series
OME 2861
220
.630
18.90/19.29
80 Series
OME 2862
240
.669
18.11/18.50
80 Series
OME 2863
250
.748
18.90/19.29
80/100 Series
OME 2863J
250
.748
20.08/20.47
80 Series
OME 2864
320
.787
18.90/19.29
80/100 Series
OME 2865
220
.709
18.11
100 Series
OME 2866
240-300
.709
18.31
100 Series
OME 2868 360 .827 18.90/19.29 80/100 Series
OME 2880
500
.630
14.37
4Run/Tacoma
OME 2881
500
.630
14.76
4Run/Tacoma
OME 2882
500
.630
15.55
4Run/Tacoma
OME 2883 Prado
OME 2884 4Run/FJC
OME 2885 4Run/Tac/FJC
OME 2886 4Run/Tacoma
OME 890
190
.591
17.13/16.73
4Runner
OME 2891 210 .630 16.53/16.14 4Runner
OME 2892 380 .709 15.75/15.35 4Runner
OME 2895 4Run/FJC
OME 2895E FJ Cruiser
OME 2896 4Runner
OME 2897 4Runner
OME 2900
180
.630
15.94/15.55
4Runner
OME 2901
220
.669
15.55/15.16
4Runner
OME 2906 220 .669 15.35/14.96 4Runner
OME 2974
250
.669
15.16/14.57
Rav 4


Tech Notes:

A versus B OME Coil Springs: Old Man Emu applies a label to each of their coil springs, so while the pair make up a kit (2850J for example), they often contain two slightly different leaf springs. In those applications (80 Series, 100 Series, FJ Cruiser Rear, etc.) the coil labels will have an A or a B appearing directly behind the coil part number. These A and B designations represent a slight free height difference of the coil and are intended to be utilized on a specific side of the vehicle to eliminate or reduce lean. In the case of US spec Cruisers and installations (Left-Hand-Drive) you will put the taller B coil on the drivers side of the vehicle (left side) and the slightly shorter A coil on the passenger side of the vehicle.

What should I do if my vehicle is leaning?

1. Allow it to settle. I know the idea of driving it (loaded heavy helps too) doesn't sound like a feasible option, but you would be surprised how much it will help. I've had rigs settle over an inch in a matter of several weeks and some actual wheeling on the springs. That being said if your initial difference is ~2", there is something we ought to address sooner than later. We recommend that you measure your vehicle before the OME suspension install and again immediately after so that we can gauge overall lift achieved and reference it for future needs. OME recommends a minimum of 6 months to all the springs to settle into their designed heights, obviously if your springs are netting less than the intended height we need to address it immediately. It is common for the front springs to settle far quicker than the rear due to the immediate weight over the front end and the fact the rears are often designed for additional loads (camping gear, trailers, roof rack load, etc.) that often isn't present immediately following the lift install.

2. Use trim spacers or coil spacers to level the truck out. After your suspension has settled it is entirely possible and common to trim your vehicle. The process is rather inexpensive and extremely easy to do. Old Man Emu offers 5mm and 10mm coil packers (shown on your respective vehicles suspension page) that allow front to rear or left to right trimming. Additionally, we stock the SLEE Off-Road 1" coil spacer for the front of the 80 Series and for the rear of the 80, 100 and 200 Series Land Cruisers. Pricing and specs are shown on your respective vehicles suspension page.

3 .Consider swapping your coil springs side to side if your dealing with a side to side lean. If your low side is on the "A" spring side, consider swapping the coils. This has been done with satisfactory results, and it's easy enough to do.

Data collected from Old Man Emu Service Guide (October 2004/June 2006) & Cruiser Outfitters testing.

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