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Old 02-15-2012, 07:49 PM   #21
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oh ok, happen to know what exact part failed? you can really only blame the failure on camburg if the arm itself failed or a weld... other than that... shit breaks when you abuse it... even if it's just a little. i've had my suspension fail on me... it's nobody's fault, parts wear out. if anybody is to blame it would be me for not checking as often as i should have. now i know, and knowing is half the battle... GI JOE!!!
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oh ok, happen to know what exact part failed? you can really only blame the failure on camburg if the arm itself failed or a weld... other than that... shit breaks when you abuse it... even if it's just a little. i've had my suspension fail on me... it's nobody's fault, parts wear out. if anybody is to blame it would be me for not checking as often as i should have. now i know, and knowing is half the battle... GI JOE!!!

It looks like it could have been a bad weld, but the yellow line shows where it ripped apart and it ripped along the weld line.
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why does your SAW coilover say "eibach" also how does the SAW coilovers ride? i was looking at getting the burg/icon mid travel kit from wheelers but they have SAW's on there as well just wanting to know how they ride. I've read that the saws have some sag to them is that true?
matt how was your ride with the burg/icon kit?
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why does your SAW coilover say "eibach" also how does the SAW coilovers ride? i was looking at getting the burg/icon mid travel kit from wheelers but they have SAW's on there as well just wanting to know how they ride. I've read that the saws have some sag to them is that true?
matt how was your ride with the burg/icon kit?
Because they are eibachs? And it is a world of difference for me since I came off of stock with a spacer lift. I don't notice any sag. You do notice every little bump in the road a bit more but thats expected with a stiffer ride.
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why does your SAW coilover say "eibach" also how does the SAW coilovers ride? i was looking at getting the burg/icon mid travel kit from wheelers but they have SAW's on there as well just wanting to know how they ride. I've read that the saws have some sag to them is that true?
matt how was your ride with the burg/icon kit?
i was more than happy with my icon/burg set up. the performance gains are amazing, considering the fact that the parts are all bolt on
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