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Camburg 2.0 upgrade help

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Looking for the compressed and extended measurments on the shocks used in the 2.0 upgrade from camburg. I know they are 8" travel, but im gonna take a guess not all shocks with 8" travel are the same length. I've got an email out to camburg, but havent heard something back.

eye hole to eye hole would be great. Im looking at putting my own shocks with custom valving in there, instead of the ones you can get in the kit.

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Poly performance has a lot of measurements on their site
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nothing about the kit that i can find...
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well to keep it simple with that kit you will want to run an 8'' shock regardless of brand, I would recommend saving for camburgs recommendation but you will be fine with f-o-a's length. you wont be going up to a 10'' or down to a 6'' so you have no choice really :)
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yea guess so lol. ok, so i guess ill be ordering the camburg 2.0 kit and FOA's.
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Cool cool, did you end up calling Bcsupertrucks?
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got an email out to them, as my friend also wants a set, so were hoping we can package them. havent heard anything as of yet.

im liking where this is headed. so far i have this.

doetsch 2.5 coil and UCA with a spare set of BJ's
8" FOA Resi's
Camburg 2.0 conversion kit
some kind of limit strap

Chevy 64's arched with 2" shackle, block removed.
FOA resi shocks out back, length to be decided yet.

total cost is estimated at $1,600 - 1,700. ouch lol then add fenders... ;S

front will be 2.5" up, back will be another 1-2" higher. im getting to the point where my cross brace is getting VERY close to my driveshaft.
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Sounds like you will want a 10" resi in the back with the stock mounts. I'm running 2.0x12" fox resi's in the back mounted in stock location with those shackles and 4" of block (yuck I know will be fixed soon!)

Anyway, I will give Brandon at Bcsupertrucks a call tomorrow and ask him myself (he's very busy) I'm sure he can work out having them shipped directly to you for no more than it costed me.
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