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Old 01-20-2009, 10:45 AM   #1
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Racerunner/ Sway-a-way suspension

I found some used suspension off a guys Tacoma that he had to sell and stripped it before hand. He has some Sway-a-way/Racerunner 2.5" CO's and matching rear shocks, a Sway-a-way sway bar, and an aal for the back.

Are the Sway-a-way components good quality, are there issues with them?
What would you expect to pay for this? He said he'd take $600 for it, that sound like a good deal?
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SAW is good - Camburgs are made by SAW...

If you don't know any history on them, send them out to get them rebuilt before you install them...
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Cool, didn't know that. They looked nice to me so good to hear that they are the supplier for Camburg, you know Camburg wouldn't buy crappy stuff to rebrand.
Looking at new pricing the fronts come in at 969, and rears at 450. Havent found what the sway bar costs.
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Cool, didn't know that. They looked nice to me so good to hear that they are the supplier for Camburg, you know Camburg wouldn't buy crappy stuff to rebrand.
Looking at new pricing the fronts come in at 969, and rears at 450. Havent found what the sway bar costs.
Instead of a new sway bar, just get the sway bar relocation brackets -- would be cheaper.
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600 is a good deal all you would need to do is a small shock rebuild and your golden i plan to get the camburg/saw 2.5 cos next week they alone are 900
I love my Camburgs -- you'll be quite pleased
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I just bought mine today for 450 I have a 98. do i need to get a swaybar relocation bracket?
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I just bought mine today for 450 I have a 98. do i need to get a swaybar relocation bracket?
Are your coilovers rubbing on the swaybar? If so, then you need the relocation bracket.
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I think the camburg sway bar is better because it seemed a little softer than the OEM sway bar. It is good to have it softer because the springs on the new coilovers are very stiff and you want to get more travel out of them. Not to mention it will ride better with softer sway bars.
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Are your coilovers rubbing on the swaybar? If so, then you need the relocation bracket.
I just bought them today so im not sure. I have a first gen tacoma 6 lug so does that mean i have to or is it only on some models?
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