I sent you a PM on the 13th about this when I first read your other post. I still have not heard back from you. I gave you my email and phone number to help you with this.Gonpostal said:Make sure those snap rings under the uniball are there, I didnt have them and the whole piece started to slip under the arm, that wouldve caused a lot of damage.
We do not have any alignment issues with these arms. We have them on multiple trucks and this is the first time I have heard of an alignment issue.Yellomantis said:Make sure you can get your truck aligned too. My truck cant be aligned. The camber is all out of whack and I'm having rubbing issues now.
All I have done to my truck is in my sig. Arms are on correctly. The tire now rubs on the drivers side inner rear fender well. It did not before the arms were installed.jzaiden said:We do not have any alignment issues with these arms. We have them on multiple trucks and this is the first time I have heard of an alignment issue.
As for the rubbing... Where do they rub?
Do you have the A-Arms on backwards?
What rim and tire combo do you have. Offset etc..
Did you stack lift kits?
I bought it from greg, he said he was going to send me some PRG arms and send the camburgs back. I just bought a snap ring from Race Ready in chula vista. Thanks for the help anyways.jzaiden said:I sent you a PM on the 13th about this when I first read your other post. I still have not heard back from you. I gave you my email and phone number to help you with this.
All of our arms have the uniballs pressed in then a snap ring inserted. Then they get re-checked as they are getting boxed. I am not saying it isn't possible that a snap ring got left out just 99.999% unlikely that it was left out.
Where did you buy the parts and who installed them?
-.5 is where I like to set up my personal truck. This handles really well in all conditions.five13 said:By no means am I an expert, but the alignment guy said it was about .07 or .7 negative camber. It's visbly noticeable, by front view and on the tread where the tire is not contacting surface.
PRG advertised his new arms the week after I did my install, I'm hoping I can make the Burgs work...
What you are saying WAS making sense, untill I remembered most of the lifts RE-USE the factory arm, especially the procomp you mentioned. So how can your arm be any different? Shouldn't it match up exactly with the stock arm?jzaiden said:-.5 is where I like to set up my personal truck. This handles really well in all conditions.
Now when you installed the upper arms did you also crank more lift into the truck? Or did you just install the upper arms?
The Titan trucks align well when we run our bolt in coilovers and our upper arms. The way we designed our upper arms is as a performance off-road kit. 2.5" bolt in coilover with extra travel to go with our upper a-arms. We did not design our upper arm to work with other drop down style lift kits.
Now if you installed our upper arms with a new bolt in coilover on top of your Procomp kit then you might have a camber problem. This is because the geometry in your kit is design where Procomp set its 6" lift. When you crank in more lift then the camber falls in more to the negative side. You can watch this when you jack up your truck.
I would love to help you out. Give me a call at the shop so we can come up with a solution.
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If you have a business relationship with this Camburg company, that should be disclosed in any post you make bragging about one of their products.whitemountain nissan said:Just put Camburg upper arms on and WOW what a difference.