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Old 07-11-2009, 07:51 PM   #1
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new lift Spindles

does any one have any pics of the camburg or the tc spindles, on there trucks?
did do you have to get UCAs?
can you run coilovers and adjust them all the way down to only have the 3.5 inchs of lift from the spindles.?

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Old 07-11-2009, 07:58 PM   #2
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does any one have any pics of the camburg or the tc spindles, on there trucks?
did do you have to get UCAs?
can you run coilovers and adjust them all the way down to only have the 3.5 inchs of lift from the spindles.?

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I've seen guys w/ coilovers running camburg spindles as well...gives em like 5 inches of lift in the front and looks sic!!
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Old 07-11-2009, 08:13 PM   #4
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you dont have to run new UCA's, and yes you can set the coilovers at 0" of lift and get all your lift from the spindles. you would get an amazing ride with your coils set at 0"...
I would love the pair up my fox coils with some new spindles
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I think those may be my next purchase. I like how the UCA isn't at an extreme angle and they are beefy. I would drop my Icons a little and go for somewhere around 4-5" total lift and a shackle flip and I should be set
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Old 07-18-2009, 08:51 PM   #7
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ya thanks for the pics, right now im runner racerrunnners coilovers but i have them pretty stiff to clear the bfg 33 .. so i was thinking about getting the TC spindles but shoot there a lot of money with the break lines and everthings..
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the SS extended brake lines are included in the TC spindle price.
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My Camburg Spindles are shipping as we speak!!!

You don't need UCA's with new spindles...
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^ Nice. I may have to go this route when I lift my truck a few years down the road.
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Old 07-19-2009, 11:19 AM   #12
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so if i get the spindles with my coilovers that i have now. i wont need the UCAs? cuz the spindles are already corrected for that? so there wont be any crazy stearing things going on like i have now..?

it you guys lifts ur back end as well?
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so if i get the spindles with my coilovers that i have now. i wont need the UCAs? cuz the spindles are already corrected for that? so there wont be any crazy stearing things going on like i have now..?

it you guys lifts ur back end as well?
correct. spindles keep the same geometry or something like that so you wont need UCA's unless your running a full 3 inches on coilovers.
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bringing out the wheels further doesnt affect any steering components does it? can you run 295/75/16 without rubbing the spindles?
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bringing out the wheels further doesnt affect any steering components does it? can you run 295/75/16 without rubbing the spindles?
Depends on the wheels. Generally you don't rub the spindle though.
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if you put the spindles in the front with 3 inch lift what would u need to do to the rear to level the car
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im going to be running 951 with 4.5 bs.

you can do a deaver leaf pack and say a shackle and would be very very close to level. im looking for a little back rake for that cali lean haha
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