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Camburg Development - Edge LT

Camburg's Edge long travel kit is finally in full production and has already been installed on a few trucks. A few specs on the kits are (there are two kits):

Kit 1: Race longtravel kit: $3300.00
Boxed lower arms
custom race spindle (standard snout for stock brakes / hub)
Tube upper arm
Full heim steering
all uniballs and hardwear
raw and ready for you to weld on your shock mounts etc...

Kit 2: TT longtravel kit: $4300
Boxed lower arms
Custom race spindle (standard snout for stock brakes / hub)
Billet aluminum upper arm hard anodized black
Full heim steering
all uniballs and hardwear
Set up with shock tabs and fully powder coated Camburg Gray









Billet aluminum hubs are also available.



Camburg Engineering Inc.
7501 Slater Ave Unit E
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
714 848-8880 phone
714 848-1844 fax
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HOLY ****!!!!!!!!!!!!


SICK SICK SICK!!!!



2wd i assume??


and custom groved MT/Rs as well!!!!! wow dude im in awe. and the hubs i assume are for 2wd too??



SICK!!!!!
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HOLY ****!!!!!!!!!!!!


SICK SICK SICK!!!!



2wd i assume??


and custom groved MT/Rs as well!!!!! wow dude im in awe. and the hubs i assume are for 2wd too??



SICK!!!!!
Unfortunately all for 2wd . . . for now.

Also should mention, the arms are 4.5 over each side, so it's not too wide/has an excessive track width and it STILL cycles 18" of strapped travel.
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VERY nice trent will that be seeing the front of your truck?
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VERY nice trent will that be seeing the front of your truck?
In two years, haha.
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Man I wish I had a reason to get that! All this stuff coming out for the Edge they just need to get that Transmission X-Member to work for an Edge!
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Man I wish I had a reason to get that! All this stuff coming out for the Edge they just need to get that Transmission X-Member to work for an Edge!
I talked to Scott about that Tuesday. Unfortunately they might not come out with it at all, as they would need to invest more time (which means higher price for the consumer) in an Edge cross-member because of how the torsion bars incorporate into it. Sucks, but would you spend $600.00 - $700.00 on something that doesn't give you travel gains or help your suspension? Maybe if you had the money to spend, but as most of us are on a budget (myself definitely included), I'm going to get what gives me the best performance first.
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Yea I dont have a reason to have that either but it still looks tight!
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Yea I dont have a reason to have that either but it still looks tight!
Looks shmooks.

Function over form!

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that's incredible! I'm with Gil that is just amazing. I barely even know what to say! Who's truck is that?
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DAMN

thas hot as hell!!!

NICE flexin on that one
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that's incredible! I'm with Gil that is just amazing. I barely even know what to say! Who's truck is that?
Not sure, but that isn't the first to have it, so all you So Cal people keep your eyes out.
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My friend Trent here knows what a real suspenison is.. not all this torsion crank and body lifts... that is a suspension right there.. im going with there single shock (for now) i would never use that kit to its fullest.. :)
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well, for the most part, we're guys that have family, house payments, truck payments..hell...the cost of my gf alone is killin me...then there's gas prices and etc..

we all cant just go out and buy the top of the line thing....if we could, i'd punch some guys in the face to be first in line for an RCD lift or Superlift with Pro Comp Xtreme Terrain tires and all that jazz....

we all just do what we can...i cranked my t-bars...i didnt pay a dime to do it...i got lifted...and to me, that makes me just as happy as a $4k setup that i have to permanently modify my truck to utilize
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Haha, thanks Tyler.

I have the 6.0 right now, you won't be dissapointed, at my skill level of driving off-road right now, it's perfect for me. I won't need L/T for another couple of years, and when I do it most likely will be this kit.
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Before this turns into a b!tch fight, I'd like to point out that both of you are right and both ideas of modification are for different things.
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To Tippnover... dood im in college... 17 years old.. minimum wage job... trust me.. i had to wait 3 years to even get my truck... now im saving for my lift... and im getting the 1550 one... i will never get that lift... if i ever got that one.. i would have hit the jackpot and bought a whole nother truck just for the desert.. i guess we have different tastes... Im not a big mud bogger dood... id rather hit whoops and **** in the dezert at 60 miles a hour.. :)

Trent,
ill beat this kit sensless:) i know it will hold up though... i dont think ill get LT.. just for the fact that this will be my DD. and im not gonna be racing it or anything so ya...
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and i agree with ya man

i see Jason and his desert runner, and i'm just like DAMN! that looks like fun!

but we dont really have that great of offroading here...just a few mudholes...a straight like in 3 feet deep mud...

but i keep my truck on the street only anywho, so it just fit me and my wallet better...
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Time for a roadtrip!
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Ah, yea... i forgot that most of you are from the east cost.. No dunes there.. Rngrprerunner and trent have sweet trucks.. i have seen Rngrprerunners out in the des before at the MDR night race.. sick looking truck..

What ever floats your boat man.. i turned my torsions like 3-4 times each and i didnt really see and difference.. and im just saving for my 6.0 kit now.. :)
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