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Old 11-05-2010, 10:14 PM   #41
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How much lift do you get with the deaver10 pak?
Its probably about 2" maybe 1.5" but it sits fairly level. They were used so they were already broken it quite a bit
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Old 11-06-2010, 01:36 AM   #42
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Would it be possible to keep stock shocks while adding an All Pro 3" leaf pack for the rear? Or would it be best to go with 5100's all around?
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Would it be possible to keep stock shocks while adding an All Pro 3" leaf pack for the rear? Or would it be best to go with 5100's all around?
You need new shocks.
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Old 11-06-2010, 12:06 PM   #44
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Sam's truck has no sway bar and still has the stock coilovers and body roll isn't an issue. I would say quality is equal. I like the camburgs because they are a lot cheaper
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Old 11-06-2010, 01:14 PM   #45
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I would save the $500 and go with the camburgs and use that money on coilovers half an inch isn't going to make a difference. Check out sdhq on black friday. That is where we got her spindles for an awesome deal last year
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Old 11-06-2010, 02:53 PM   #46
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Check out sdhq on black friday. That is where we got her spindles for an awesome deal last year
yea, they had them for 20% off, free shipping and no tax (at least to me in CA)!! i was kinda pissed i missed that deal...
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Old 11-06-2010, 02:58 PM   #47
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why are you so bent on the TCs? its only 0.5" difference, but $400 more!

im running the camburgs and DRs set at about an inch, for a total of ~5", im 25" from hub center to fender. ride is amazing, still have OEM downtravel...awesome!!
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Old 11-06-2010, 03:10 PM   #48
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^ are you a woman?! truck parts are not like shoes and purses, they dont have to match...!!!

seriously though, all parts are hand made, i dont really see any point to keeping hardware parts like that the same. now, i could see keeping the same brand shocks f/r on your truck, or even same companies when it comes to intake/boost, but when your talking about hardware parts that are static, there is no real point. im sure both camburg and TC use the exact same company when it comes to the uniball, so again, no real point in keeping company specific. if anything, throw a TC sticker on the camburgs if it makes you happy!! and once you do that, you can mail me a $400 check since you obviously have money to blow!!
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I would save the $500 and go with the camburgs and use that money on coilovers half an inch isn't going to make a difference. Check out sdhq on black friday. That is where we got her spindles for an awesome deal last year
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:25 PM   #51
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What would you guys recomend for the rear to keep things leveled if front spindles would be at 4"?
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:32 PM   #53
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Camburg spindles and a used deaver 10-pack in the rear:


I would say the deavers are only about 1.5" of lift right now. But I haven't measured
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:44 PM   #54
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What kind of shocks would you recomend? What about All Pro 3" leaf pack?
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Old 11-07-2010, 11:16 PM   #55
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What would you guys recomend for the rear to keep things leveled if front spindles would be at 4"?
depends on what you want. offroad flex or hauling?

i chose the hauling route and did the OME springs. even w/ an extra ~1" of my DRs cranked, im level from center of hub to fender front/rear. see my build thread linked in my sig for a sideshot.

if you want the flex route (but less load capability) i guess your best bet is the deavers like others are saying. i have no personal experience w/ them or even know much about them except that they flex good and desert guys usually really like them.
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Old 11-07-2010, 11:25 PM   #56
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Camburg spindles and a used deaver 10-pack in the rear:


I would say the deavers are only about 1.5" of lift right now. But I haven't measured
Brian, you shoot photos too? lol never knew that
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lmma do this lift route. did any of you keep the stock coils or did you upgrade for a little more lift? and the back, what would you use to just level out to get rid of the lean?
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lmma do this lift route. did any of you keep the stock coils or did you upgrade for a little more lift? and the back, what would you use to just level out to get rid of the lean?

Stock coils would be fine. I have my Icons set to 0" of lift. Well actually that may not be true. I set my coilovers so that the UCA has equal travel both up and down. I liked that idea so I went with it. It's been working out great. I would say that an allpro 3" leaf would level you out nicely. Or if you prefer the "bro lean", go with a 1.5 add a leaf or deaver pack.
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Ok kool sounds good. thanks...can anyone tell me the difference between all pro 3" leafs and the deavers besides the cost?
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Is anyone running 16" wheels with these spindles? I'm thinking of downgrading from a 17" to a 16" rim.
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