Old Man Emu Shocks

I’ve tried searching this here but unfortunately because the brand name is so short it won’t trigger results!

I have a 2002 P38 that is still on EAS, I am looking to replace the original shocks. I drive a lot of dirt roads with washboard in Florida exploring and it seems that the OME Nitrocharger shocks fit the description of what I need.Would you say the OME shocks are worth the premium?

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John R

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In short, yes. I’ve used OME suspension on 3 or 4 previous 4wd’s and I’ve never had any issues. Personally I’d have no problems with using them again, except that I now own a D4 which is incompatible with OME
 

soflorovers

Well-known member
I’ve tried searching this here but unfortunately because the brand name is so short it won’t trigger results!

I have a 2002 P38 that is still on EAS, I am looking to replace the original shocks. I drive a lot of dirt roads with washboard in Florida exploring and it seems that the OME Nitrocharger shocks fit the description of what I need.Would you say the OME shocks are worth the premium?

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Yes, OME is good stuff. Can't tell you about their compatibility with the original airbags, but I've got the Terrafirma HD kit on my D2 and I WISH I had gone with OME instead. There's a notable difference. OME isn't going to be superior to the Fox shocks that LK8 sells, but it's quality stuff nonetheless.
 
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