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Old 03-22-2009, 09:17 PM   #1
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4" camburg spindles installed (pics)

So I got everything installed now.. Here is a list of everything I'm running

Suspension:
4" camburg spindles
Skyjacker Platinum Coilovers
Total Chaos UCA
TSB w/ TSB add a leaf
1" camburg block

Perfomance:
Doug Thorley Pipe Bomb
MagnaFlow Catback Exhaust
AFE CAI

Visual:
285/65/18 Nitto Terra Grappler on Helo Maxx wheels
Black powder coat billet grill
URD Sticker
Blacked out taillights
tailgate de badged

Coming soon:
Custom Deaver leaf pack
Black headlight mod
roof rack

Observe the pics. they are kinda bad quality cuz my ex gf has my camera in California so I had to use my iphone.









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Old 03-22-2009, 10:34 PM   #2
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looks nice! good work man!
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Old 03-22-2009, 10:37 PM   #3
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so you went with 2 inches in the back??

ahh never mind I see a custom leaf pack coming
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Old 03-23-2009, 09:05 AM   #4
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Its actually a little higher in the back then the front right now. But I like the way it looks. The tsb aal should settle a little and even it out. Im looking into a custom leaf pack but I'm not gonna lie its actually riding pretty nice right now so I'm in no hurry.
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so you went with 2 inches in the back??

ahh never mind I see a custom leaf pack coming
ohh Taconut I met you couple weeks ago at the mod day!!! Whats up man you fix your headlights yet? When you do lets get together and do mine!! I do believe Brian wants his done to.
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Old 03-23-2009, 05:00 PM   #7
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truck looks sweeet! i'm looking in to getting those spindles sometime in the future
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Old 03-23-2009, 05:02 PM   #8
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Truck looks sick as hell!!! So hold on, what lift height did you actually get out of it? 4" of lift in the front, 3" in the back?
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I'm pretty sure its just under 6" of total lift. Its nice!!! I'll steal my friends camera and get some better pics on flat ground.
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ohh Taconut I met you couple weeks ago at the mod day!!! Whats up man you fix your headlights yet? When you do lets get together and do mine!! I do believe Brian wants his done to.

haven't done em yet... probably sometime this summer
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I'm pretty sure its just under 6" of total lift. Its nice!!! I'll steal my friends camera and get some better pics on flat ground.
Oh okay got yah! Looks real good!
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omfg you're my inspiration. I have the same truck and i've been debating spindles vs. toytec stuff. thanks for making my decision. Now its time to save some money!
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Looks great man! Glad to see a truck with some spindles! One day haha..
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The install is supposedly "bolt on". Yes extended brake lines are essential. The install was not fun, took like 8 hours. But well worth it
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The install is supposedly "bolt on". Yes extended brake lines are essential. The install was not fun, took like 8 hours. But well worth it
now you need to get out and take some real pictures.....i must have them...
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The install is supposedly "bolt on". Yes extended brake lines are essential. The install was not fun, took like 8 hours. But well worth it
Geez, I can't do the install myself, wonder how much a shop or my girlfriend's brother would charge
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shop charge is like $600!!! This weekend I'll get some pics when I go out quading.
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I'm pretty sure its just under 6" of total lift. Its nice!!! I'll steal my friends camera and get some better pics on flat ground.
So what is the cost of the spindles?
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