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NEW: Camburg Raptor 1.25 Uniball Upper Arms

Discussion in 'Camburg Engineering' started by [email protected]_Camburg, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. Sales_@_Camburg

    [email protected]_Camburg Full Access Member

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    We also released these a few weeks ago as well.

    "We now have available for the Ford Raptors our 1.25" uniball upper arms that use polyurethane bushing versus heims like on our 1.50" uniball versions. This keeps the cost down with less maintenance. Also by using a smaller uniball you're able to use the factory offset wheels with larger tires."

    For more info click HERE.

    - Sales @ Camburg

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    So are these the same length as stock or longer?
     
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    These replace the stock upper arm to correct caster and allow for more wheel travel. If you want/need an arm with more adjust-ability our 1.50 uniball arms have 7/8" heims you can adjust.

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    Again, another novice question, but how does the UCA give/allow more travel?
     
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    The stock outboard ball joint on the uca binds at full droop. You get a little more droop travel with an aftermarket uniball arm.
     
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    Ah, got it and makes perfect sense...thanks.
     
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    Question - How much more droop is obtained with a uniball uca would you say?

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    Really it depends on what aftermarket coilover you're using with the arms and their dimensions. The FOX 3.0 coilovers give you about 1" more travel since they are around 1/2" longer than stock. It's around a 2:1 motion ratio, 1/2" at the shock is 1" at the wheel.

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    Did an install today so I made a point to shoot a couple pics of it installed. On this truck we just made the perch adjustment to the OEM FOX coilovers and installed our arms with 37" tires and Method 17" NV wheels. Turned out really clean for a mild build.

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    Lets see more pics, please....
     

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