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Old 09-04-2005
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I have seen a couple of fabtech arms shear off of trucks during normal highway driving.

Just like everyone has said, you get what you pay for.
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Man I am really wanting to get the Camburg kit just because it is sweet!
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im not a fan of fabtech. in any instance...
I am . . . for target practice!

Look for my post in about 5 minutes, I'll show you what the boys at the 'Burg are currently doing with our trucks, .
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its been more than 5 minutes...
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camburg all the way

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Sexy! Gotta love that wider stance. Have you been able to take it out yet?
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yah i took it to lucerene a couple times and some local trails but i havn't got it to its full potential
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Sweet, I want to go on the DR Lucerne trip in October, I'm just hoping I'll be able to make it down here from school. If not, we should definitely get a weekend out at Pismo planned.
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for sure
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hey dgiomett if you need some rims for your truck i have 5 new 15x8s. I can't seem to get rid of them
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hehe i live in san diego, we OWN in n out! i have like 4 within 5-20 mins of me and a easy take out burger that OWNS in n out...but anyway how worth it is it to go with the doetshe spindles or however u spell it????? and say i did can i use control arms from fabtech or someone else...any recomendations??
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yeah easy take out is good, but i don't think it's better.
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i have the fabtech lift on mine right now and its not too bad for road use but im gunna start doing major off roading soon so im getting ready to get camburg and sell my fabtech kit...but its gunna take a while to get the camburg kit cus of the money but itll be worth it
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