The Ford Everest is a medium sized utility vehicle suited to both commercial and recreational uses. During development, OME engineers focussed on increasing ride height and load carrying capability whilst improving comfort, control and ride quality on all surfaces.
A range of front springs, with matching shocks, were developed to cater for differing vehicle setups and front ride height increases of approximately 40mm were achieved without the need for costly modification. A front trim packer was developed to further fine tune front ride heights.
Rear ride height increases of approximately 40mm to maintain the factory vehicle make, and a range of rear springs, with greasable shackles, provide multiple options depending on the intended loads to be carried. An XL leaf has also been developed to assist with fine tuning the weight carrying capacity.