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Being a suspension lift, the OME set raises every part of the vehicle above the wheel hub by ~2". Most have reported similar or improved handling when the springs and shocks are spec'd correctly for the vehicle and load. There may be more body roll when loaded or if a roof rack is used. Stiffer kits should be requested to handle these issues. Call OME/ARB or whoever you wish to buy the kit from to specify your desired handling and normal cargo loads. HD springs give a sportier feeling, but the suspension becomes stiff over bumps and rough roads. SD springs will be close to factory with a little more body roll. MD springs (if available) can be a compromise between these two. Also using different springs front and rear can affect how it will handle.Thanks @Terrance and Michael - makes sense. Couple of queries - If I add a 32" with OME 2", how badly does this effect the high way driving stance and rolling? You are kind of changing the CG here right? And, doesn't this lift also raise the hanging body work ( the lowest part determines the ground clearance here, don't it?)
You should not have any problems with 32" tires and 2" lift. Expect more body roll as with any lifted vehicle, but it is not as severe as body on frame or solid axle designs.
Thread showing ground clearance change after 2" Lovells lift. https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum/showthread.php?t=21612