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Old 01-22-2014, 09:55 PM   #1
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**SOLD** Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit - USED

**SOLD** Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit. SEE ONE HERE !

Retails new for $3,195.00 installed.
USED - Sold complete with Bilstein shocks for [s:l1grdgj5]$1,600.00 or $2,000.00 installed[/s:l1grdgj5] $1,400.00 or $1,700.00 installed.

This is a really nice kit with great ride an handling.

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Old 02-12-2014, 08:45 PM   #2
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Re: Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit - USED

Is this still available ?
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Old 02-12-2014, 11:49 PM   #3
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Re: Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit - USED

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Is this still available ?
Yes, previous buyer fell through.
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Old 02-13-2014, 04:03 PM   #4
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Re: Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit - USED

Who made the push bumper/light bar? Simple and clean look! If only one could get a winch behind that skid plate, I would buy one pretty freaking fast!
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Re: Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit - USED

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Who made the push bumper/light bar? Simple and clean look! If only one could get a winch behind that skid plate, I would buy one pretty freaking fast!
That would be Camburg's push bumper. Here's the link: http://camburg.com/store/accessories...-front-bumper/

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Re: Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit - USED

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Who made the push bumper/light bar? Simple and clean look! If only one could get a winch behind that skid plate, I would buy one pretty freaking fast!
I dig the look of that bumper as well. I like the clearance and the general simplicity of it.

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Old 02-13-2014, 07:18 PM   #7
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Thank you Depark!
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Old 02-13-2014, 07:35 PM   #8
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Re: Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit - USED

Just my luck! My E350 was in Camburg's shop getting the same kit installed (with Fox's instead) when you posted this one for sale! Great deal for someone who still wants to venture into the dirt but doesn't need 4wd.

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Camburg 2WD 4-5" Lift Kit - USED

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Who made the push bumper/light bar? Simple and clean look! If only one could get a winch behind that skid plate, I would buy one pretty freaking fast!
Unjoint has a similar bumper that accommodates a winch.... I'm really considering it. It looks really cool and strong.



But the Camburg kit drives smooth and doesn't mess with the RSC for the newer passenger vans.
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Unjoint has a similar bumper that accommodates a winch.... I'm really considering it. It looks really cool and strong.
That's a good looking bumper. The recovery points are a very good idea and look extra stout.

No matter what bumper, how it mounts to the frame (number of mounting points, does it compromise crumple zones,...) is more important than how it looks. Do the research.


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