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Old 04-08-2012, 12:29 PM   #1
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Hey what's up everybody new guy here , im pondering a couple of things about spindles , I already have bilstein 5100s on all 4 corners of my 08 crew cab and it still hits the cab mount , even adjusted all the way up (2.5") I've been looking at tc and camburg spindles just wondering about the difference from one to the other besides the price and if it will stop the rub.

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They have a height difference too but those just need to be chopped man! Actually, you could also get some new uca's and get the caster increased to move the wheel forward/away from that area! In general, I think pre-runners should def go with spindles and shocks at there lowest setting!
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Total Chaos lift 3.5"

Camburg lift 4"

I have the Camburgs and love them!
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They have a height difference too but those just need to be chopped man! Actually, you could also get some new uca's and get the caster increased to move the wheel forward/away from that area! In general, I think pre-runners should def go with spindles and shocks at there lowest setting!

Thanks a lot I really appreciate the input I do have uca's from tc I just forgot to list them and I will go with spindles , now it's just a matter of which ones.
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Total Chaos lift 3.5"

Camburg lift 4"

I have the Camburgs and love them!
Did you retain the sway bar?
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They have a height difference too but those just need to be chopped man! Actually, you could also get some new uca's and get the caster increased to move the wheel forward/away from that area! In general, I think pre-runners should def go with spindles and shocks at there lowest setting!
maybe .haha .
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Sounds like you need to do the cab mount chop.
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Did you retain the sway bar?
Yes I did retain my sway bar.
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:51 PM   #9
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Thanks for all your help.
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also if you ever plan on going long travel the camburg ones will work with the camburg and total chaos long travel kit.
total chaos makes two spindles(lift and long travel). to make the lift spindles compatible with the long travel kit you need to do a bunch of stuff like redrill the LCA and i believe get the heimed ucas or something to do with the ucas, im really not sure on that part but another member on here assumed they are the same and now is selling his long travel kit since the cost to make it work isnt worth it
overall i think camburgs are the way to go, they are compatible with both kits, and are cheaper. i love mine
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Thanks that's good to know since I am thinking long travel at some point.
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