which suspension should i buy for my bj40? help (1 Viewer)

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i appreciate yalls help.

im deciding what suspension to get? hfs,procomp,rancho,OME,ironman?

the use would be 60% on the road, 30% farm, 10% sand.

Im looking for a long lasting suspension with a comfortable ride
 
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My experiences with leaves springs on a cruiser are:
- Ironman on a 60 and OME on a 61: OME is the better ride. Muck more comfortable:
- OME on a FJ45 and currently a 4 inch HFS from CCOT under my HZJ40. I like the HFS best. I drive theme in combination with Bilstein shocks. It's rather comfortable (for a 40) and it feels very tight. The previous owner uses the HFS shocks first but the replaced them for the Bilsteins. Maybe they are not as good as the Billsteins. Also the price is good for the HFS.
 
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OME! Just put the kit on and would recommend it. Really nice ride.
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Let me put together a suspension for you. Our Toyota stuff is amazing. I'll give you a chunk off of your order if you do a write up here.

Email me at admin@atlassuspension.com and we'll talk details, if you're interested.

-Pete

i appreciate yalls help.

im deciding what suspension to get? hfs,procomp,rancho,OME,ironman?

the use would be 60% on the road, 30% farm, 10% sand.

Im looking for a long lasting suspension with a comfortable ride
 
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My experiences with leaves springs on a cruiser are:
- Ironman on a 60 and OME on a 61: OME is the better ride. Muck more comfortable:
- OME on a FJ45 and currently a 4 inch HFS from CCOT under my HZJ40. I like the HFS best. I drive theme in combination with Bilstein shocks. It's rather comfortable (for a 40) and it feels very tight. The previous owner uses the HFS shocks first but the replaced them for the Bilsteins. Maybe they are not as good as the Billsteins. Also the price is good for the HFS.

Thanks, do you have the specs on the bilstein shocks? length, etc?
 
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I've looked if I could find the type number of the Billsteins but I couldn't find it.
I've made some pictures of it front and back so you can see what that 4inch lift looks like.
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