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search "OME 612" I guarantee you will find all you want to know plus a lot of pretty pictures.
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I've tried to find info about actual lift heights and the only conclusions I've come up with are, "do it and let us know". Everybody on here has gotten different results with the same exact coil and same exact truck configuration.
 

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With no weight you are looking at either 612's or 614's. With 612's you can expect 3" of lift once everything settles and you will not need UCA's. If you go with 614's then you will get more like 4" after it settles but you likely WILL need UCA's.
 

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I've got the 614s on my 5.7 CM rock warrior and didn't get 4" lift! I have factory UCA's! From my research before I chose the 614s I found that 612s were for the 4.6 w/0 bumper and 614s were for 5.7 w/0 aftermarket heavy bumper and 4.6 with a heavy bumper.....

614 = medium duty for use with the 5.7 and no wieght in the front
612 = light duty for use with the 4.6 and not wieght in the front
613 = heavy duty for use with the 5.7 and at least 200 lbs in the fron addtional weight
 

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Here's a pic
 

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great lookin truck bro! Love the white, love the rims.
 

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So 612s are actually for the 4.6? I have a 5.7 CM but I don't want to replace my factory control arms
Yea u can do research on here and read about it! There's quite a few guys who posted same findings! I did A LOT of research before I made my choice! I got over 10,000 miles on my 614's and factory UCA's. i have the 5.7 CM. I got around 3.25" up front and 1.75" in rear with 3+ shackle from coachbuilder!
 

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Yea u can do research on here and read about it! There's quite a few guys who posted same findings! I did A LOT of research before I made my choice! I got over 10,000 miles on my 614's and factory UCA's. i have the 5.7 CM. I got around 3.25" up front and 1.75" in rear with 3+ shackle from coachbuilder!
I wonder if the Crew max and Double cab differ in the lift gained. I've done a lot of research myself and I found the 612s were for the 5.7, 614s for a 4.6 +200lbs, and 613 for 5.7 +200lbs. The reason alot of guys run the 614's on the 5.7 is because the obviously the engine weighs more than the 4.6 offsetting the +200lbs a little while giving more lift.
Personally I'm about to get a 612 for my TRD DC to avoid control arms. But I can't argue with your results for your truck Wade. It's actually a little frustrating how many different results are out there haha.
 

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I've seen some confusion in various threads about which coil sizes fit the 5.7 vs 4.6 Tundras, so I did a little research... and I'm freaking out because I JUST ordered some 612s for my 5.7, with this information - notice the part #s don't go in order, it's 612, 614, 613:

612 med: For the 5.7 with 0-150lbs on the front
614 heavy: For 4.7 with 150lbs+ on the front, 10mm longer than 612 (some people put these on 5.7s for an even higher lift - I've mostly seen 3.5+ inches quoted by guys with 614s and no weight)
613 heavy: For 5.7 with 150+lbs on the front, 20mm longer than 612

Reference:
http://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...110331-another-rw-ome-setup-2.html#post841310 (guy in the thread actually called ARB for confirmation)
http://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...0993-ome-612-614-613-5-7-dc-2.html#post698854
3" OME front lift with shocks/coils - Toytec Lifts: Toyota Lift Kits: FJ Cruiser Lift Kits, Tacoma Lift Kits, Tundra Lift Kits, 4 Runner Lift Kits, Sequoia Lift Kits, Toyota Truck Lift Kits and look at the ordering options as a reference


...but the ARB official site lists them as follows:
612: For 4.7 with no weight
614: For 5.7 with no additional weight
614: For 4.7 with bumper/winch weight
613: For 5.7 with bumper/winch weight

Here is their fitment guide... I'm thinking Toytec (unintentionally, certainly) led me astray on the proper part #... I'll probably see what I can do about switching the 612s out for 614s. Luckily they only arrived today and I won't be installing the kit for a few weeks.
 

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I've seen some confusion in various threads about which coil sizes fit the 5.7 vs 4.6 Tundras, so I did a little research... and I'm freaking out because I JUST ordered some 612s for my 5.7, with this information - notice the part #s don't go in order, it's 612, 614, 613:

612 med: For the 5.7 with 0-150lbs on the front
614 heavy: For 4.6 with 150lbs+ on the front, 10mm longer than 612 (some people put these on 5.7s for an even higher lift - I've mostly seen 3.5+ inches quoted by guys with 614s and no weight)
613 heavy: For 5.7 with 150+lbs on the front, 20mm longer than 612

Reference:
http://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...110331-another-rw-ome-setup-2.html#post841310 (guy in the thread actually called ARB for confirmation)
http://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...0993-ome-612-614-613-5-7-dc-2.html#post698854
3" OME front lift with shocks/coils - Toytec Lifts: Toyota Lift Kits: FJ Cruiser Lift Kits, Tacoma Lift Kits, Tundra Lift Kits, 4 Runner Lift Kits, Sequoia Lift Kits, Toyota Truck Lift Kits and look at the ordering options as a reference


...but the ARB official site lists them as follows:
612: For 4.7 with no weight
614: For 5.7 with no additional weight
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614: For 4.7 with bumper/winch weight
613: For 5.7 with bumper/winch weight

Here is their fitment guide... I'm thinking Toytec (unintentionally, certainly) led me astray on the proper part #... I'll probably see what I can do about switching the 612s out for 614s. Luckily they only arrived today and I won't be installing the kit for a few weeks.

Good catch, I guess I'll be going with the 614's as well. Hopefully I wont need UCAs
 

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Actually, make sure you check this thread out and take those specs with a grain of salt - I went and posted these official specs so they were contained in their own thread, and 2010CrewmaxTRD had some better real-world information. Apparently ARB's specs are "theoretical," and in the real world, 612s will get you about 3 (in his case, 3.5, which settled to 3).

That explains why most 614 threads that I found reported a minimum of 3.25 lift, usually 3.5+, which is why I ordered 612s in the first place.

http://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...d-man-emu-coil-fitment-sizes.html#post1031977
 
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