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will the Camburg UCA's work with my DR's (already installed) and the 5/8" spacers from Greg? i don't see why not but i thought someone might know something i don't.
 

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The DR's are made for replacing the stock shock with no need for a aftermarket UCA. The stock UCA would tolerate a .625" spacer, so no problems for the Camburg UCA.
 

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loufish said:
The DR's are made for replacing the stock shock with no need for a aftermarket UCA. The stock UCA would tolerate a .625" spacer, so no problems for the Camburg UCA.
a .625" spacer AFTER the factory 2" that the DR's are set at? or a .625" spacer with stock shocks? i have my DR's set around 2.5" right now. basically why i'm asking is i would like to fit 315/70/17's with no issues while having my DR's around 3" and the camburgs/spacer. sound good?
 

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I've got a set of used Camburg UCA's if your looking.
 

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a .625" spacer AFTER the factory 2" that the DR's are set at? or a .625" spacer with stock shocks? i have my DR's set around 2.5" right now. basically why i'm asking is i would like to fit 315/70/17's with no issues while having my DR's around 3" and the camburgs/spacer. sound good?
You can set the ride height what ever you want, the shock length determines if the UCA/ball joint will be an issue or not.
Since the DR's are stock length, and the stock UCA's can handle a .625" spacer, the Camburgs should be "way fine"...IIRC the motion ratio is 3:1 so a .625" spacer should give you about 2" of lift...
 

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Delta15 said:
If I remember correctly a while back alot of people were having alignment problems with camburg uca's
i did a search and the only alignment problem i found was with bracket lifted titans. someone correct me if i'm wrong.
 

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Delta15 said:
I assume this is the link you are referring to if not check it out
http://www.titantalk.com/forums/titan-suspension/57117-camburg-uppers.html?highlight=CAMBURG+UCA

Just for a second let me play devils advocate and say your right

Why would you want to spend that much money on a uca that you can only use in one application?
only one application? lol as opposed to 2 or 3??? i don't plan on a bracket lift. i have DR's and plan on spindles.

lol that thread got a little heated.
 

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Good luck with that!

Id rather purchase a set of prg arms and know they work than a set of camburgs and hope and pray they work for my application

remember they weren't designed to work with aftermarket spindles at least according to that thread
 
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