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NEW: Camburg Raptor Sway-bar End Link Kit

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

  1. Sales_@_Camburg

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    You may or may have not seen this yet but we recently released our sway-bar end link kit.

    "Normally we remove the factory sway-bar with our performance lower arms to allow the suspension to be truly independent. For instances where the customer wants to keep the sway-bar, we now have an end link kit that works with our lower arms and with optional spacers can be used with the stock lower arms to replace the weaker factory version.

    These bolt to the factory sway-bar and mount to the lower arm with the supplied hardware and spacers. We CNC machine these parts in-house from 17-4 stainless steel that is heat-treated to the H1150 condition for optimum strength and corrosion resistance. For the upper pivot we use an Aurora uniball and an FK JMX heim for the lower. Both are Made in the USA and have a PTFE liner for minimal maintenance and lubrication. We’ve tested these extensively both on an off-road with great results. These come pre-assembled ready to bolt on to your Raptor."

    - Sales @ Camburg

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    Novice question, besides strength, what are the advantages of going with these sway bar links?
     
  3. Sales_@_Camburg

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    Well if you're using our fabricated lower arms the factory end-links do not work so this gives you the ability to run the sway-bar with our arms.

    If you're using the stock lower arms, these are stronger and are serviceable. When your stock parts wear out you pretty much need to replace the whole assembly, when ours do you can replace just the heim or uniball.

    - Sales @ Camburg
     
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    Need quick disconnect!!
     
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    Do you have PICs of this installed on a Raptor?
     
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    Definitely.
     
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    Is a quick connect/disconnect possible engineering wise? Feasible?
     
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    Because how FORD does the end of the sway-bar, you can't just disconnect the sway-bar from the lower arm and flip it up to a mount to secure it like you see on Jeeps. Honestly most "quick disconnect" sway-bar end links I see are pretty cheezy and no where near the level of quality that this part is built to.

    It quickly un-bolts from the sway-bar and lower arm ... so there is your "quick disconnect lol. Just need to secure the bar with some form of mount.

    If you're concerned about optimal off-road use, you're not gonna run it anyways. This is more for street/rally use.

    - Sales @ Camburg
     

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