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Camburg Performance 6.0 kit

Does anyone have a picture of an 01' - 05' EDGE with the camburg performance 6.0 kit or the entry level 6.0 kit? Also on the camburg website what do they mean by you have 10" of wheel travel for the perfomance 6.0 kit for 01' - 05' EDGE's, does that mean its like a long travel kit, and would you have to get flared wheel cowlings, and shave your bumper? And one more thing as far as lift height, do the camburg entry level 6.0 and the perfomance 6.0 have the same lift height?

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Does anyone have a picture of an 01' - 05' EDGE with the camburg performance 6.0 kit or the entry level 6.0 kit? Also on the camburg website what do they mean by you have 10" of wheel travel for the perfomance 6.0 kit for 01' - 05' EDGE's, does that mean its like a long travel kit, and would you have to get flared wheel cowlings, and shave your bumper? And one more thing as far as lift height, do the camburg entry level 6.0 and the perfomance 6.0 have the same lift height?






Those are from their site . . . here is my truck . . .





Here's some pics of the trackwidth, it adds 1.5" per side . . .





10" of travel means you have 10" of wheel travel with the kit, it's not a long-travel kit, more of a weekend warrior set-up. You don't have to get fiberglass for the kit, but if you're going to use it to it's full extent you will need it so you don't crush your stock fenders. Shaving the bumper would depend on your tire size. Both kits lift the truck the same height, they are the same exact upper arms and same spindles combined with a torsion bar crank. If all you are going for is lift then get Fabtech or Pro-comp and save your money, this kit is for beating on and for performance.
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Trent your truck looks badass!
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i concur!
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Thanks guys.
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yes it is a nice truck Mike
you might want to try this for that other problem
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hey mike, how much money did you put into the truck after you bought it to make it like it is now?
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yes it is a nice truck Mike
you might want to try this for that other problem
HAHAHAHAHHAHAHA! I almost died laughing!

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hey mike, how much money did you put into the truck after you bought it to make it like it is now?
I've seriously lost count, haha. I know the numbers are way too high because I dicked around with stereo stuff and all kinds of useless things here and there that were just a waste of money at the time, but my closest guess would have to be on the upper end of 5k, but if I were to add up all my receipts I've ever had for it it would probably be much higher. Sad thing is, even though the build up is the best part and it makes you work hard for it, it has another 5k at least until it is, in a sense anyway, "done."
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So you have the entry level 6.0 kit?
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Yeah and love it. We're building LT within the year, but as far as performance for the money, you can't beat it.
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Cool, thanks for the info and pics, I going for the Camburg kit not the fabtech, I just have to decide from which kit, OH wait...you'll have longer track width with the performance rather than the entry level right? And the picture of the blue ranger does it have the perfomance or the entry level kit?
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They are the same thing, one has dual 5100's and one doesn't, everything else is the same on both kits, lift, trackwidth, everything. The blue truck has the dual kit. PM when you are ready to get the kit, I will get you a discount.
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where did you get that bumper from, ive been looking for one of those for a while now but i cant seem to find any that will fit a 2001, maybe im just not looking hard enough.

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My front was made by Dirt Bag Racing in Grand Terrace, CA. They did an awesome job, definitely a few steps up from my last bumper, which didn't take the Suburban incident too well. Here is a picture of the skid plate and mounts, which are welded to the frame in 4 spots on each side (last bumper was welded to the frame in two places total) . . .

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Well Trent, you just made me decide. Another PM is inbound to ya with more questions....
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Good to hear, I'll respond to it in a few minutes!
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