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  1. I'll be deleting 4WD and upgrading to the Dirt King Race Kit in a few months and would like to secure a serious buyer for my current Camburg Long Travel Suspension set up. The $7,300 price includes: King 2.5 Coilovers w/ adjustable resi (just rebuild by SDHQ in Gilbert, AZ) King 3.0 Triple Bypasses - Valved specifically for this kit. Camburg Long Travel Kit (UCA/LCA) + Hardware (Brake lines, extended tie rods, 4WD Axles, etc..) I will have all new brake lines and uniballs (let me know your taper size). 4130 heat treated chromoly have had no usage since I've installed this kit. This will essentially be a new kit, this kit retails for $9100+tax. This kit is for both 2WD/4WD and for the 07-18 Silverado/Sierra's. For $7,500 I'll throw in my front +3 FiberWerx fenders that have been painted black and have bed liner on the inner skin for extra strength. This is a complete bolt on kit that will allow you to eat 99% of open terrain at high speed. Located in AZ, I am in SoCal every other month so I can deliver. For all other states, I can provide estimated shipping costs. **Front and side shots of the truck have been provided for better details of width of the kit and fenders.
  2. Looks and performance are two seperate things. While boxed UCA's definitely do look better, tubular UCA's from reptuble companies like Dirt King or Camburg will be made from 4130 chromoly which is far from weak. Your UCA's look much weaker than the tubular UCAs on my LT kit, probably are to!
  3. Yeah I sold the old set up. In a few months, I'll be deleting 4WD and selling the current front and rear suspension set up; I'll be sure to make a post here when the time comes.
  4. Here you go; https://www.evilmanufacturing.com/lights/2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-chevy-chevrolet-3rd-brake-light-mount-silverado-sierra-gmc
  5. Added the following: 454 Motorsports Custom Aluminum Skid Plate Bumper 454 Motorsports Custom Valences Baja Design Onx6+ 20in Wide Driving Light Bar in the skid plate Dirt King rear bumper 454 Motorsports custom hitch Trimmed the rear bedsides Relocated washer fluid tank Added in switch pros + rugged radio 3rd brake light w/ 2 Baja Design S2's + antenna mount
  6. Added the following: Custom Aluminum Skid Plate Bumper Custom Valences Baja Design Onx6+ 20in Wide Driving Light Bar in the skid plate Dirt King rear bumper 454 Motorsports custom hitch Trim the rear bedsides Relocated washer fluid tank Added in switch pros + rugged radio 3rd brake light w/ 2 Baja Design S2's + antenna mount
  7. My King 3.0 bypasses took 8 weeks (build to receiving package) -- Given the current state of the world, I'm sure their entire supply chain has been affected; with a reduction in workforce, inflow of build materials taking forever to get shipped in etc..
  8. Yes.... I have 2 racing shocks in the front and 1 shock that goes through the bed hahaha
  9. Yes caging the truck was in the response. The day after install I did a shakedown and jumped the truck going 80MPH, never clenched my ass so hard before as I preloaded the suspension from a dip and the rear started to lift higher than the front a quick sec when I got air time.
  10. I just cracked my 2nd set of passenger side LTZ headlights -- I see my fab guy in 2 weeks to see we can salvage it with reinforcements to the current mounting brackets, if we can't save them I'll purchase these from you.
  11. I'm running the Camburg kit. It's night and day difference regarding off-road performance with the additional bypass. The people who are happy with just a 2.5/3.0 King/Fox coilover even at custom mid-travel spec just don't drive their vehicle hard enough. Without the bypasses I was constantly bottoming out the front, next step is to work with a shock tuner to get both the rear/front 3.0 triple bypasses properly tuned. Once everything is tuned, I'm going to use this current set up to improve my off-road driving skills. In 1.5 / 2 years or so I will do a 4WD delete and run a race kit in the front (might do j-arm set up but need to see if the additional 3 inches is worth it from your typical 17/18in travel from race kits) and link the rear (not sure if I wanna do short course or traditional) and cage the truck. I'm still undecided on engine modifications, I see dudes with 600HP+ blown L86s who are not using all that power off road and that kind of power would for sure get me in trouble lol. I regularly post stories of me on Instagram sending/pushing the truck pretty hard -- shoot me a DM for the handle if your interested in that kind of content.
  12. I'm on 35's; 35x12.5x17 BFG KO2's 2 inch preload up front, no a simple NorCal mod is all you need to clear 35s -- if you do plan on off roading, do some minor trimming on the front bumper as well to ensure there is no contact at full bump. Yeah, I love living on the West Coast / South West -- lots of open land to play with!
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