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Old 02-27-2009, 10:04 AM   #21
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Which Black truck are you talking about? One of them is mine. I have the Allied Spindles. I just saw a set go up for sale the other day for $800obo let me now if you want me to try and find the link.
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Old 02-27-2009, 10:07 AM   #22
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If you take some of the preload out it will ride great imo. My coilover setup is similar to the toytec bilstein coilover package just made by a different company. When I took the preload out it rode so much nicer. I too want long travel, but just don't think I'll use like it's meant to be at the time.
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Which Black truck are you talking about? One of them is mine. I have the Allied Spindles. I just saw a set go up for sale the other day for $800obo let me now if you want me to try and find the link.

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and yes find the link if you can! Thanks
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Old 02-27-2009, 01:45 PM   #25
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Ya that's mine. Switched out the grille. Now I'm just waiting to get new rims and tires. I got a deal on the chrome ones that I couldn't pass but now it's time to part ways hopefully sooner than later.
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Old 02-27-2009, 01:49 PM   #27
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I met a guy on one of the other forums that had the Allied Spindles and Donahoes up front and he threw Glasswork fenders on all 4 corners and it looked pretty amazing. The extra width with the spindles helped him fill out the front glass pretty nicely.
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Spindles push your tires out? cool, I hate the tucked look.
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I pm'd the guy with the spindles. Hopefully they are still available.
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Where can I find allied spindles?? I cant find a vendor, looks like the allied website is down.
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Old 03-01-2009, 01:01 PM   #31
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They don't make Allied Spindles anymore. Camburg bought them out basically and their new spindle is just a better design of the older Allied Spindles.
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Well im not buying a product that is no longer being produced. I'll probably just look into the Total Chaos spindles.
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Camburg makes them still and they're better then the "old" Allied Spindles. There also like $300 cheaper and powder-coated black.

http://www.camburg.com/PDF/tacoma%20spindle%20info.pdf
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And they are compatible with my current set up?
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The Camburg spindles only have one shear so they should fit just fine. I think there is two different types of spindle that Camburg makes. One is for LT and the other is for a stock LCA. If your going to order them, call them and talk to Jerry to make sure they will fit but Im 95% sure they will.
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Just ordered the camburg 4" spindles!!! Im excited, I should get them by friday.
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Get LT front and rear and call it a day.
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Just ordered the camburg 4" spindles!!! Im excited, I should get them by friday.
Hell yes!!!! I have heard great things about them, you will love them!

Congrats on the buy.
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Hell yes!!!! I have heard great things about them, you will love them!

Congrats on the buy.
Its a lot of money but I know I'm gonna love it
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you think you could run some 35's on there with some trimming.
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