Ok, I'm not a suspension guru by any means, but I've been wanting to get a lift kit, The camburg thread
had me excited for a little while. Then I read that the camburg lift is 3.5" spindles followed by 2.5" torsion bar crank.
So I'm a little dissapointed, I thought it was a full 6" lift. I didn't see any mention of lifting the rear, so I presume that no AAL or blocks are included.
It still looks bad-***, but it raised alot of questions.
Why would someone pay $1550 to $1950 for the camburg lift
which only gives you 3.5", when you can get the pro-comp spindle kit
from Four wheel parts for $588.99. (fabtech's offering is basically the same thing)
The 3.5" camburg includes A-Arms and bilsteen shocks, but no mention of rear lift.
The 3" pro-comp includes AAL's, ES3000 shocks??, but no A-Arms.
Since you can crank the bars with either lift, I'm not counting that for either kit.
So the big question.
- Why would someone pay practically $1,000 bucks more for the 1/2" taller camburg (and still spend a little more for AALs or blocks)