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were to get fabtech spindle

im looking for some fabtech spindles, but JUST the spindles, not the whole system, there are no suppliers near me and the only sites i realy know are summit and 4wp.com,but they dont carry fabtech. what are some sites thatstockhem that ship to canada?
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I wouldn't get them. They are crap.
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Why not say more than that?

I can say anything is crap, say something else, or suggest something else.
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Most of the time people that are looking at Fabtech don't want to spend money for a real lift. Why should I say save money for a better kit when they will probably end up getting the Fabtech products anyway?
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Because people come here to look for advice. Is this not what a forum is for?
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I gave him some. I said I wouldn't buy the Fabtech spindles because they are crap. Is that not advise?
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Man, your just splitting hairs as usual, I am not going to bother anymore.
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How am I splitting hairs? Don't get Fabtech because they are crap. How should I have said it? Is it because I didn't answer his question? All well.
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well whats my other option? camburg? i dont have loads of money to spend and a spindle lift is one of the only lifts for a 2wd sport
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Most of everything else will cost more and sometimes a lot more. I have seen too many people snap or bend the snouts on the Fabtech spindles so that's why I say they are crap. If you don't want to spend too much cash then get them.
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what about something like this?

3 Lift Kit FORD RANGER &EDGE 98-08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01:eBay Motors (item 120398663199 end time Jul-26-09 1138 PDT)

im the same boat as you. i want to lift my truck but dont want to spend tons of money
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actually i was looking at the canuck stuff a while back, they are good price, they are springtech which from what i just read is made by doestc or whatever that company is. weird name.
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ya its not a bad price but it dosent say anything about including shocks either
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i dont think it does include them, but they are cheaper then just the fabtech spindles on their own
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ya and its a full kit basically. i might look into these whren i have some extra cash for a lift
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i might just order it and slap it on the visa and as i sell stuff pay it off.
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try dezert rangers and race dezert classifieds....catch some used deals from people upgrading to LT
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