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camburg spindles and billy 5100s??

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by dabighi, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. dabighi

    dabighi [OP] Well-Known Member

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    first of all im sure that there is a thread out there similar to what im about to write and i just want to start off saying sorry. havent been on here in a while or been up on things. anyways with that said...im currently running the procomp 3" strut lift with aal's and pro comp rear shocks. over all not a bad kit for daily driving and stuff i must admit. but overtime the front is actually a little lower than the rear and yes i am from so cal and like the so cal (baja) lean. if i run the camburg spindles with the bilstein 5100's up front what coils will i need to get? also is it true that spindles will provide for a smoother ride??? again thanks alot for any input and help..
     
  2. dabighi

    dabighi [OP] Well-Known Member

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    ????? Come on I know you guys have an answer
     
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    06Bluez Well-Known Member

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    You can run the stock coils. And yes it will be a smoother ride because your LCA's wont be at an extreme angle.
     
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    Its_Taco_Time Well-Known Member

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    The spindles, 5100s and brake line extenders for the front. Should need any sway bar relocators or anything. What setting are you going to put the billys on? It will be smoother yes, assuming you keep the bilsteins on 1.75 or below.
     
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    1BlkT Mod'n on a Budget

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    Spindles don't change the "smoothness" of the ride. They just provide you with lift that way you don't need to preload your coilovers or bilsteins.

    Get the Camburg Spindles and run the Bilstein 5100s at whatever height you want. I'd stay below the 2.5'' setting on the Bilstein that way you don't have to worry about your alignment and can avoid buying new upper control arms. It will also ride smoother the lower the setting on the Bilstein

    You will need to purchase extended brakelines for the front as well.
     
  6. dabighi

    dabighi [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Don't have the coils anymore.probably set the shocks at an inch no more than 1.75.already have the sway bar relocation bracket on there
     
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