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Old 09-28-2013, 10:46 PM   #181
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The zerk fitting on the UCA is it suppose to be threaded? If so both arms are no threaded.
mine werent threaded either.. the guy that installed them had the threading die and did it for me
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Old 09-29-2013, 07:29 AM   #183
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The zerks are self tapping. It says in the directions.
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Old 09-29-2013, 06:54 PM   #185
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Ok thanks going to read instructions again.
who reads instructions.. if it was important it would have been in the pictures
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Old 09-30-2013, 10:14 AM   #186
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Hey guys, it looks like you have it handled, but I did call Camburg to verify and the zerks are self tapping.
This is from the instructions...

Using a 1/4” wrench install the self tapping zerk fittings into the Camburg arms
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Ran into another problem. Driver side making a loud humming noise coming from the drivers side thought t was coming from the rack and pinion but took it into Toyota and they said nothing is wrong, had already taken in for wheel alignment after Camburg UCA installed. So next step thought maybe short on grease, so bought some of the Camburg grease and greased up the 4 zerk fittings. Still making a loud humming sound while turning the steering wheel, when the truck is at a stop and when moving less then 10 mph. Has anybody come across of this problem. I am running ToyTec Ultimate Lift Kit, KM2's 285/75/16 on TRD TX Pro Fake Bead Lock Rims. Had no humming sound while running stock UCA arms.
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I haven't heard of this issue, I would recommend you contact Camburg, see what they think and then possible take it to a reputable shop and have them inspect it.
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Old 10-25-2013, 11:39 AM   #189
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That uniball might need some lube. We recommend you use high temp, dry PTFE lubricant. Triflow is a good one to use. Lube the uniball, give the wheel a few turns and drive it around a little so that the lube gets into the lining and then wipe any excess grease off.
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That uniball might need some lube. We recommend you use high temp, dry PTFE lubricant. Triflow is a good one to use. Lube the uniball, give the wheel a few turns and drive it around a little so that the lube gets into the lining and then wipe any excess grease off.
Thanks will try it this weekend.
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Old 10-25-2013, 01:11 PM   #191
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Finally found time to install my Camburg's..... I'm loven them!!
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Old 10-25-2013, 05:59 PM   #192
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Thanks will try it this weekend.
Sounds good, feel free to send me an email if you have any other questions!

Carlos@camburg.com

same applies for anyone else with questions about their UCAs
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Old 10-26-2013, 07:26 PM   #194
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Tri flow lubricant is amazing thanks
Right on, glad it worked out for ya.
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I didn't even think about it possibly being the uni ball by the way you described it.
Glad it worked out.
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Ran into another problem. Driver side making a loud humming noise coming from the drivers side thought t was coming from the rack and pinion but took it into Toyota and they said nothing is wrong, had already taken in for wheel alignment after Camburg UCA installed. So next step thought maybe short on grease, so bought some of the Camburg grease and greased up the 4 zerk fittings. Still making a loud humming sound while turning the steering wheel, when the truck is at a stop and when moving less then 10 mph. Has anybody come across of this problem. I am running ToyTec Ultimate Lift Kit, KM2's 285/75/16 on TRD TX Pro Fake Bead Lock Rims. Had no humming sound while running stock UCA arms.


I had this exact same problem, had my mechanic pack in more lube while i tured the wheel from one extreme to the other. seems to have solved the problem. been noise free for about a month now
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Any more group buys on these anytime soon?
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nothing as of now.
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