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Old 07-14-2011, 07:49 PM   #21
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Nice. Check my sig for pictorial on my installation of that kit.
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:57 PM   #22
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Nice. Check my sig for pictorial on my installation of that kit.
yes bjmoose, i've been reading your install threads for months before i pulled the trigger on this setup. i've read it so many times that i'm at a point that i'm pretty comfortable with the install. thanks for all your pictures and help on TW. I have a dc with a bumper and winch, so i got the 886's besides that, the rest should be about the same.
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:58 PM   #23
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Yea, keep me updated!
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Old 07-14-2011, 09:12 PM   #24
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Sweet man, is that the standard All pro leaf pack or the Expo?
Soeey man did not see the Expo on the end..


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So standard?
I ment to tell you yes on the standard
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Old 07-15-2011, 04:44 AM   #25
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^ lol, its cool, thank you
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Old 07-18-2011, 10:34 AM   #26
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Here's mine now finished with Camburg spindles, 5100s all around (front @ .85), Deaver Leafs in the rear, and 285/65/18 BFG KOs.





Side view where you can kind of tell the front is wider than the rear. You can see the rears are even with my sliders, the front is wider than sliders.
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Old 07-18-2011, 01:44 PM   #27
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Looks great bud, what grill is that? Are your tires quite? And did you have to do any grinding on the spindles to make them fit?
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Old 07-18-2011, 01:45 PM   #28
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Also, what kind of sliders are they?
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Old 07-18-2011, 03:17 PM   #29
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The grill is from Grillcraft.

The BFG KO tires are pretty darn quiet for being as aggressive as they are. The mud terrains look really cool, but they wear quick and are loud.

Camburg did the install, so I don't know if they had to grind on the spindles.

The sliders are from Demello. I really like them. Their clean looking and fend off door dings.
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Old 07-18-2011, 04:19 PM   #30
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Dreamnz, nice ride!

Question for the peanut gallery, I've got everything I need to do my spindle lift...minus the spindles which I'm waiting on ordering for a week or two. Anybody have any experience with an Expo Leaf Pack and Spindles...height wise? I thinking .85 on my 5100's up front and my 4" off my Expo Pack should get me essentially level. Anyone think otherwise or have an opinion? If I have to set the 5100's to ZERO I'll do it but I think .85 will work. Dreamnz, what are the #'s on your Deaver lift wise. 3", 4", etc?
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i have the camburg spindles on my 2011, instal was easy and didnt take any grinding.
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Dreamnz, nice ride!

Question for the peanut gallery, I've got everything I need to do my spindle lift...minus the spindles which I'm waiting on ordering for a week or two. Anybody have any experience with an Expo Leaf Pack and Spindles...height wise? I thinking .85 on my 5100's up front and my 4" off my Expo Pack should get me essentially level. Anyone think otherwise or have an opinion? If I have to set the 5100's to ZERO I'll do it but I think .85 will work. Dreamnz, what are the #'s on your Deaver lift wise. 3", 4", etc?
My Deavers were supposed to be +3", but I measured before/after. I only show about +1" over my TSB springs. They were a custom order because I needed load leafs, so I don't know if you'd get that much variance with other standard order springs.
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Thanks for the reply, I've heard All-Pro's springs seem to be as advertised if not a little more, we'll see.
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Dreamnz, nice ride!

Question for the peanut gallery, I've got everything I need to do my spindle lift...minus the spindles which I'm waiting on ordering for a week or two. Anybody have any experience with an Expo Leaf Pack and Spindles...height wise? I thinking .85 on my 5100's up front and my 4" off my Expo Pack should get me essentially level. Anyone think otherwise or have an opinion? If I have to set the 5100's to ZERO I'll do it but I think .85 will work. Dreamnz, what are the #'s on your Deaver lift wise. 3", 4", etc?
Yea, deff post up were you set those 5100 at when its level, bc thats the info im looking for too!
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All Pro shipped my rear suspension kit out today!


Next on my list is getting the some wheels!
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Yeah got mine last week, and I too am waiting for $$ to magically appear so I can buy some wheels!
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when did you order it?
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I just got in my ALL PRO rear suspension kit yesterday and I cannot figure out how this shock is supposed to be installed. I found out that these version are for the FJ cruisers and also fit tacomas. So I was thinking they come set up from the factory for FJ's. I think the lower bushings need to be changed to the smaller ones so that the collar fits in them. Also what are all the thin rubber washers for? Did anyones come with any instructions? Mine were reboxed so I didnt get and paperwork from FOX.
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Well, Let me start off by saying I know this thread is old but I thought it would be a cool idea to post up what I ended up doing since not to many people re-update these kinds of threads after they get their projects done!

What I ended up with:
-Camburg Spindles
-Extended lines (front and rear)
-Bilstien front shocks set at .85
-All Pro Expo Pack
-Rear Fox Shox
-Timbren rear bump stops
-Konig Countersteer X
-295-70-17 Nitto Terra Grapplers
-Rear Spidertrax 1.25 spacers

I did the whole install by myself on my garage floor. Everything went pretty smooth, every snag I hit was expected since I had spoke with other members prior to installing. Overall I am super happy with everything (ride, look, look from other people (LOL)). I do have some vibs to work out, but then should be solid after that. Just plan to install a demello rear tube bumper and front fog lights then I'm done with the truck. Thanks for all your help guys!

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