Discussion in 'Camburg Engineering' started by ntm, Nov 7, 2013.
wow all these altruistic beta testers warm my heart . how do i enlist?
Sucking up helps....
In all seriousness though, I'm holding out for camburg's long travel kit. My buddy has their tundra setup and it's a very well executed design. And reasonably priced too.
I'm anticipating the pictures of the Dual Shock Lower with:
- Air bump
Check out SDHQ's website, there are some pics there.
Camburg Lower Control Arm
^ Thanks, but I've already seen those pics unfortunately. Really would like to see the setup I mentioned installed on a Raptor. The bumpstop in combination with the duals interests me.
with the dual shock arms the bump strike pad is moved to the front of the arm so the bump can gets mounted in the front rather than the rear with the regular arms. They dont have tabs for straps like the regular arms either
^ Could they be tabbed for straps?
absolutely. they would just need to be repowdered. or you can set up the strap to the secondary shock mount bolt possibly
For some wheel and tire combinations a steering stop is needed only with our dual shock lower arm. Like explained in the SDHQ thread earlier, crashing the spindle into the lower arm and locking up the lower ball-joint isn't the correct way to limit the steering. We are limiting the steering at the rack by installing a press-on machined delrin spacer behind the inner tie rod joint or heim clevis. With the small spacer installed turning radius goes unnoticed as it's only a very slight change.
Here's a CAD drawing ....
- Sales @ Camburg
how about the factory wheels?
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