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Old 07-19-2010, 10:42 AM   #1
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All Pro has 20% off their UCA's right now and havnt seen many people with them, just wondering why is that. Does anybody have experiene with their new 1.25 uniballs, i hear they are noisier than others, but is their somebody with first hand experience with them. Thanks...Mike
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Theres a few members on here that have them, HBMURPHY & STRAYCAT241 just to name a couple. If your gonna offroad I wouldnt even worry about noise, your truck is gonna squeak in many other places besides your UCA's.
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as long as the bushings are greased when they are installed and you spray some dry, teflon lube every now and then, you'll be ok. I've had the 1" AP ones for over a year and they squeaked at first, but no issue now. may get the builtrights later on just because
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Theres a few members on here that have them, HBMURPHY & STRAYCAT241 just to name a couple. If your gonna offroad I wouldnt even worry about noise, your truck is gonna squeak in many other places besides your UCA's.
ya i understand, but if there are others that dont speak as bad, then i figure go with those, but i will ask those guys you mentioned.
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If i get a 6inch procomp or fabtech lift should i get this for bettewr ride?
i dont know if you NEED them for those type of lifts, but in my opinion if you want a 6" lift that rides really good on and off road, get...

1)camburg spindles...4"
2) quality coilover...2"... those two equal 6" up front
3) get a custom leaf pack from Alcan that has 4" of lift and new rear shocks

Thats what i am doing, going to be a better ride then those lifts both on and off road
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Sick thanks for the advice
it will cost more, but you will be more happy with the results IMO
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i dont know if you NEED them for those type of lifts, but in my opinion if you want a 6" lift that rides really good on and off road, get...

1)camburg spindles...4"
2) quality coilover...2"... those two equal 6" up front
3) get a custom leaf pack from Alcan that has 4" of lift and new rear shocks

Thats what i am doing, going to be a better ride then those lifts both on and off road
yup best investment... lol... thats what i am running... and for the record drop bracket lifts arent really made to off road... granted u can and all but from what i have gathered they are rock magnets and with a spindle lift u will actually have more clearance...
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yup best investment... lol... thats what i am running... and for the record drop bracket lifts arent really made to off road... granted u can and all but from what i have gathered they are rock magnets and with a spindle lift u will actually have more clearance...
do you have spacers on your front tires?
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Oh nice, what kinda of offroading do you do with your spindles, good thing I dont have 4 wheel drive or else I couldnt do spindles
a little bit of everything but more desert running than anything else... but nothing to crazy maybe a few jumps here and there... im eventually gonna get a set of UCAs too... better flexibility and better ride quality too

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do you have spacers on your front tires?
no the wider stance is due to the camburg race spindle.... thats what a lot of people think it is too haha...
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