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Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by kinkrider101, Aug 29, 2010.

  1. kinkrider101

    kinkrider101 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    can you add coiliovers for a 6" lift to the camburg spindles:confused:
     
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    Yes. I have Camburg with Toytec adjustable c/o and can go up to 7.5" of lift. Would I want to no but I can go anywhere in between 4-7.5"
     
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    Yep.
     
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    ^^ What they said.
     
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    I agree!
     
  6. kinkrider101

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    i have toytecs now and i want 6" of lift.but i want to have the smoothest ride possible..but wouldnt i have 10" of lift?
     
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    where are you getting 10" from? Coilovers give you between 0"-3.5" (depending on C/O). Add whatever your coilovers set to + 4" (Camburg or 3.5" TC) that will equal your lift.
     
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    ...I reread you original post and you are asking if you can run lets say Fabtec 6" Lift Coilovers with the 4" Spindles to get 10"....I do not think thats how it works but someone more knowledgable should chime in.
     
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    i do not want 10" i just figured the extra length of the shock 6" pklus 4 is 10
     
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    Im almost positive it will not work because there is no difference in length between the coil bucket and lca mounting tab (or very little) the reason you need different coilovers for the drop bracket lifts is because (ithink) the ucas are in the stock position and the db lowers the ucas as a whole which is why you need and longer coilover assembly
     
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    I just re-read some of these posts. Are you asking if spindles can be added to a 6" lift?

    I read it as adding spindles to coilovers to achieve 6" of lift.
     
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    Yes he is asking if 6" lift coilovers can be used with the spindles
     
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