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Old 06-02-2013, 11:16 PM   #161
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We're shooting for late June. We would need a truck for 2-3 days.
Subd. I'd b down to leave my truck. Need to get the funds first.
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Old 06-02-2013, 11:49 PM   #162
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You guys don't have any ucas yet do you?

Does the testing apply to FJs too? I'm semi interested.
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Old 06-03-2013, 11:03 AM   #163
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You guys don't have any ucas yet do you?

Does the testing apply to FJs too? I'm semi interested.
If it works on an FJ, it should work on a 2nd Gen taco. Front suspension only, of course.
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Old 06-04-2013, 11:30 AM   #164
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We should be doing the uppers very soon on Ryan's truck. We'll be selling them for the price of our competitors bushing uppers, but with a hiems and an alignment lockout kit included.
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Man I wish you guys made 3rd Gen 4Runner / 1st Gen Taco LCA's...
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Old 06-23-2013, 11:53 PM   #167
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Wow almost 10 days and no response. Money going elsewhere.
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Old 06-24-2013, 05:39 AM   #168
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Wow almost 10 days and no response. Money going elsewhere.
if you read there webpage, it says to call or email

i got response with in minutes of sending an email
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It also has a price listed ON the LSK website...sooooo get off your lazy ass
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Sorry guys. Aaron and Van have been extremely busy building this insane kit for a Chevy duramax and haven't had time to check all of the individual forums they post on. If you'd like a quick response, I'd recomendation calling and leaving a message if they don't pick up. Email also works as well. They should be a lot more free when the kit is done in a couple days.
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How much is your guy's long travel?
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Old 06-24-2013, 11:52 AM   #172
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Would like to see the new lower arms.... My Camburg UCA's squeak after a good off road session. After I wash the truck and let everything dry I spray some Locktite Krytex (dry film lube) on the part of the ball that I can see and it usually quiets down on the next drive. Would your new lower arms require lube like this? Or what lube do you suggest?
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Old 06-24-2013, 11:59 AM   #173
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Would like to see the new lower arms.... My Camburg UCA's squeak after a good off road session. After I wash the truck and let everything dry I spray some Locktite Krytex (dry film lube) on the part of the ball that I can see and it usually quiets down on the next drive. Would your new lower arms require lube like this? Or what lube do you suggest?
What your hearing us the Uni-balls.
If you dont special order some nice FK or Aurora stainless steel bearings then you get the more nosier ones. I called camburg and ordered all new FK stainless steel bearings for my LT kit because I am tired of the squealing after a really hot day or dirt sesh.. A local guy here in vegas said that he has 40k on his and they dont make a peep. It all depends on the kind of bearings that are being used and the quality of them.
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What your hearing us the Uni-balls.
If you dont special order some nice FK or Aurora stainless steel bearings then you get the more nosier ones. I called camburg and ordered all new FK stainless steel bearings for my LT kit because I am tired of the squealing after a really hot day or dirt sesh.. A local guy here in vegas said that he has 40k on his and they dont make a peep. It all depends on the kind of bearings that are being used and the quality of them.
Could be this but if you have stock lcas, I bet its the stock bushings. Everyone I know has this problem.
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Could be this but if you have stock lcas, I bet its the stock bushings. Everyone I know has this problem.
Its one or the other. Or both.
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Damned squeaky balls! I bought the Camburg UCA with 1.25" uni-balls, can I get better balls to eliminate the squeak? I guess the new cusom lower A arms are next upgrade for my mid travel Tacoma. LETS SEE THE PICTURES....
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Would like to see the new lower arms.... My Camburg UCA's squeak after a good off road session. After I wash the truck and let everything dry I spray some Locktite Krytex (dry film lube) on the part of the ball that I can see and it usually quiets down on the next drive. Would your new lower arms require lube like this? Or what lube do you suggest?
a pic of my lsk stock length lowers after getting bounced off a few rocks(no damage whatsoever) ill get some more pics of the lca's for ya

and as far as the upper balls squeaking, i had the same problem and switched em out for the fk balls. no noise now
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Eatabullet, Nice pictures! These lower A-arms look good (scratched up, but they can take it!), and yes FK uniballs is where I need to be. LSK, now I want a set of these lower stock geometry lower a-arms. I am running a 2012 Taco 4x4 with Icon extended travel R/R rear shocks and Icon ext travel coilovers up front, Camburg UCAs.

But which should be first: 1) gusseted spindles, or 2) Icon air limit stops for the back, or 3) LSK lower A-arms?
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a pic of my lsk stock length lowers after getting bounced off a few rocks(no damage whatsoever) ill get some more pics of the lca's for ya

and as far as the upper balls squeaking, i had the same problem and switched em out for the fk balls. no noise now
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