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NOTE: The OME springs are only recommended for diesel or AMG gasoline models of the G Wagons. The OME springs are the same length as the stock springs and non AMG (500/550) models have had reports of them coming loose when fully expanded. Order with caution.
2 Front Springs
2 Front Shocks
2 Rear Springs
2 Rear Shocks
This is a 2 inch lift kit for your Mercedes G Wagon. Actual ride height gained may vary from G to G based on equipment. Available for all models up to 2018. This will give your vehicle a more aggressive stance and allow for higher ground clearance to the vehicle underbody including the low hanging exhaust pipes. This is the perfect lift amount for those not wanting to buy additional pieces to get their G Wagon off the ground. For G Wagons, any lift beyond 2 inches requires caster correction and steering stabilization as well as other small adjustments that begin to add up.
The spring options in this package are the ORC/Bilstein Blue Springs and the Old Man Emu (OME) Black Springs. Both offer a Standard and Heavy Duty option. The standard option is for non steel bumper/winch gasoline operated G Wagons and the heavy duty option is for the steel bumper/winch gasoline operated or diesel operated G Wagons. The ORC springs are softer compared to the OME springs and allow for a more comfortable ride and better off road capability. With these installed, the rear end will sit higher with no load to allow for some sag when carrying equipment or pulling a trailer without bottoming out. The OME springs are stiffer and allow for better overland excursions where there is a heavy load in the rear of the truck. Because the OME springs are so stiff, they will not sag as much with extra weight on the truck.
The shock options are the Fox 2.0 adjustable shocks and the Koni Raid Shocks. The Fox shocks come with an adjustable knob that allows you to customize your ride at any time including 8 different settings. The Koni Raid shocks are also adjustable but can only be adjusted by twisting the shock when it is uninstalled. The Koni has a larger diameter than the Fox shock. Generally, we have found the Koni to have a slightly stiffer feel than the Fox but both can be tuned to your liking and are more comfortable than the factory G550 and G63 suspensions.