Who has the camburg equal length i-beam race kit??

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Does anyone have camburgs equal length beam race kit? The one with a heim and lower uni ball to adjust the camber. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1337653446.031734.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1337653481.780782.jpg like this
 

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I had that kit on my old 7200 truck. It is currently owned by the Boarden brothers. What are you looking for regarding the kit?
 

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I thought the kit was great, it is even better now. The spindle can be adjusted quite a bit and still line up. I never had any issues with the kit and it is still keeping up with all of the new unlimited 7200's of today. It schooled everyone at parker on saturday of the 2 day event. Great kit for a beam truck hands down.
 

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Well thats good to hear. It seems like it would work very well. How much travel was it cycling? As far as adjusting the camber tho, you had no problem?
 

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Camburg builds some of the best parts on the market and everything is engineered to work. I guarantee you will not have an issue with the beam kit. I ran a 14" 2.5 coilover and a 16" 3.0 triple bypass and it cycled around 21"-22" but strapped it at 20".
 

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Yea i just bought the full floater 9". Thats a good amount. Would you happen to have any pictures of it?
 

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I believe there is a build thread on here from a long time ago, you can also google ross savage 7200 truck. I know Jerry has a bunch of pics.
 

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I sold it cause construction slowed way down. It is on the come back and so is racing. I just ordered an alumicraft class 10 car. ZZZIIIINnnnngggggggg!
 

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Joe i know i couldnt find them either, kinda wierd... Im sure they still make them tho but who knows cause they wanted 10k$ for that kit so they might have not sold many
 

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Yeaaa 10 granddd hahah. Just a little much! It come with everything except shocks. Beams, rad arms, all mounts, cross over, trans x member, brakes and hubs! So its not toooo bad but still a lot haha.
 

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Hmmm, how much can you adjust that heim and still get the spindle on?

how dare you question camburg... They simply defy fundamental engineering elements because they invented off-road.... There is no way the distance between the center-line of the bearing below and the rod end changes when the heim moves out. Or they have 5-7 different uprights with different distances in the mount hole location would be my guess.
 

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Hey if you guys are gonna start another pissing match leave me out of it!!!!
 
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