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Camburg Upper Control arms with a pair of control arms

If I got this lift would it just level my 07 Prerunner Tacoma or would it make the front sit higher than the rear? I have the suspension TSB done if that matters. Thanks
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Re: Camburg Upper Control arms with a pair of control arms

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If I got this lift would it just level my 07 Prerunner Tacoma or would it make the front sit higher than the rear? I have the suspension TSB done if that matters. Thanks
Control arms don't give any lift????????????


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Control arms don't give any lift????????????
Oh crap i'm sorry... I was in a hurry... I meant the camburg upper control arms with the camburg coilovers. I want to level my truck and saw this combo on wheelersoffroad.com. Anyone have any better/cheap ways to level? Also, how do the Bilstein 5100's lift the truck if they are just struts?

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Re: Camburg Upper Control arms with a pair of control arms

My chase Tundra has the camburg upper arm/coilover and its a nice ride and nice little lift! Cant go wrong with Camburg
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Oh crap i'm sorry... I was in a hurry... I meant the camburg upper control arms with the camburg coilovers. I want to level my truck and saw this combo on wheelersoffroad.com. Anyone have any better/cheap ways to level? Also, how do the Bilstein 5100's lift the truck if they are just struts?
Depending on how high you intend on lifting you truck? You may need the TC UCA's.

http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/t186179.html

Camburg are meant for added clearance


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Re: Camburg Upper Control arms with a pair of control arms

Thanks for the info guys.... As far as my final choice I think I'm going with the Bilstein 5100's all the way around raised to 1.75 in the front to level the truck out. I don't think 1500 bucks of suspension work is necessary for the lightweight stuff I do
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Thanks for the info guys.... As far as my final choice I think I'm going with the Bilstein 5100's all the way around raised to 1.75 in the front to level the truck out. I don't think 1500 bucks of suspension work is necessary for the lightweight stuff I do

Take a look at the pics in this thread ( https://www.customtacos.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=108246 )

Mine is the red one, and I am happy with the little lift from the 5100's. I have mine set at 1.75, and would recommend putting them at 2.5....since the front is still about 1/2 to 3/4 inch lower than the rear. I am leaving them at 1.75 for ride comfort off road and to go easy on my cv's more than anything. Since you don't have those pesky CV joints up front with the prerunner....2.5!

Bilstein's are definately the best bang for the buck.....

(best price I found was through downsouthmotorsports at their ebay store. $270 w/ free shipping for all 4 billies)

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Take a look at the pics in this thread ( https://www.customtacos.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=108246 )

Mine is the red one, and I am happy with the little lift from the 5100's. I have mine set at 1.75, and would recommend putting them at 2.5....since the front is still about 1/2 to 3/4 inch lower than the rear. I am leaving them at 1.75 for ride comfort off road and to go easy on my cv's more than anything. Since you don't have those pesky CV joints up front with the prerunner....2.5!

Bilstein's are definately the best bang for the buck.....

(best price I found was through downsouthmotorsports at their ebay store. $270 w/ free shipping for all 4 billies)
Thanks for the great info! Everyone's telling me that I should just put them at 1.75 and that will leave my truck level???? They said if i put them up to 2.5 in the front then it will make the front sit higher.
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