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Camburg 6.0 kit?

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by FixItTicket, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. Jun 17, 2013 at 8:09 PM
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    FixItTicket

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    Been doing a lot of research lately and I know I'm going to be lifting my 13' tacoma initally was going to go with a 6" DB lift or something like that by pro comp but now I'm going with a coil over, uca, rear shock, and leaf pack lift with something like 3" just to fit 33" tires and get better offroad performance. My question is should I get the Camburg 6.0 kit with 4-6" of lift or should I Just get a different kit that just has the CO and UCA with rear shocks and leaf packs? The only real difference between them is that the camburg 6.0 has 4" spindles and 3" lift deaver pack in the back... other than that they're about the same lifts.

    http://camburg.com/store/kits-05-12-tacoma/toyota-tacoma-prerunner-05-12-performance-6-0-kit/

    http://camburg.com/store/05-12-taco/toyota-tacoma-pre4wd-05-12-factory-2-5-kit/

    those are the 2 kits I'm looking at

    http://camburg.com/store/05-12-taco/toyota-tacoma-performance-spindle-kit/

    those are the spindles that come in that first kit. Has pictures of a truck with them on.

    Just keep in mind my main focus is offroad performance that's the main reason I get lifts and of course they look amazing. But just let me know what would work best in terms of offroad capability and don't be afraid to throw other Ideas out there at me. For example I know LT kits are too expensive for me right now but if there's a way to build one out of these kits like buy one and then upgrade to LT later or something idk!!! Just let me know what you guys think!
     
  2. Jun 17, 2013 at 8:14 PM
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    Important question....is your truck 4wd or 2wd?
     
  3. Jun 17, 2013 at 8:15 PM
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    sorry forgot to include that in my posts lol 2wd
     
  4. Jun 17, 2013 at 8:18 PM
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    Personally I'm not a huge fan of spindle lifts. Always end up with ridiculous amounts of bro lean. But if that's what you're going for, so be it.
    If I were you I'd look elsewhere instead of trying to buy a "package" through Camburg. Downsouth Motorsports is a vendor on here and you'll get far better prices on coilovers/UCA's through them. Pick your shock poison, Fox, King, Icon. They all are basically the same except color.
    The deaver j66 pack is shit. Spend your money on something like the All Pro, Alcan, or custom Deaver pack.
     
  6. Jun 17, 2013 at 8:40 PM
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    I would say go with the 6.0 kit or if your trying to save some money you could get the fox kit now and then add the spindles and a leaf pack down the road. I did my lift in stages like that at first I had the Toytech Ultimate kit then addes UCA's and got spindles a little while later and finally added the Allpro expo leaf pack.

    If you really wanted to you could go with just the spindles and a leaf pack since the spindles will keep the stock suspension geometry, just a thought though.
     
  7. Jun 17, 2013 at 9:08 PM
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    how's your truck offroad? Like high speed over hard pack and stuff like that since that's what I'll be doing the most. You basically have the type of set-up I'm looking at it'd be nice to hear how it does.
     
  8. Jun 18, 2013 at 8:43 AM
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    08PRELB

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    It does pretty well, before I had the spindles its wasnt that great but after I got them I was able to take almost all of the preload out of the coilovers and that made the ride so much better. I dont off road to much but the little bit that I have done was out at Ocotillo wells and Otay truck tail when I was in SD.
     
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