We have a wide selection of rear shocks to meet your needs and budget. The Bilstein 5100 shocks are great for all around use and more tailored for a plush street ride. Stepping up to FOX’s 2.0 Performance Series shock has a larger aluminum shock body which holds more oil for better shock performance offroad and has a firmer ride.
This is the most complete rear link kit out there today for the Ford Ranger. We offer two different kits, one for the older i-beam trucks and the other for the newer a-arm trucks. Geometry and mounting locations are designed for the extra-cab models. If you have a single cab ranger we can sell the kit minus the driveshaft carrier bearing strut frame as it’s not needed. This kit is not only heavily race proven but is also championship winning. This is the same kit we raced on for years in our Camburg Ranger Edge 7200 unlimited truck.
Our extended shackle is designed around using Deaver leaf springs. These are longer length than the stock shackles and allow for maximum wheel travel. The stock shackles are too short and limit droop. These are 1″ longer on the Chevy Silverado. Since the shackles are longer, they will lower the ride height compared to the stock shackles.
Looking to lift the rear of your truck? We use the best leafs springs out there manufactured in the USA by Deaver Spring who’s been in the business for over 100 years. They are progressive for better bottoming control when off-roading but plush when driven on the street for a much better ride compared to stock both on and off-road. Some models have a mini-pak available at a lower cost that replaces the factory over-load spring with a 3-5 leaf pack for added lift and progression. Most Deaver springs are not designed for heavy hauling and heavy towing.
Available for 2wd 1989-1997 Ranger and 1987-1996 F-150. These new race spindles replace the weak link in the front suspension, NO STOCK BALL JOINTS! We replace these with 1″ uniballs and heat treated stainless steel spacers with through bolts with cam kit locking design so you will no longer have lost cam kits. We build these around our 2.0 race hubs and Wilwood rotors and calipers.
With heims and uniballs you want to make sure you use the right lube and not a grease that attracts dirt. Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant is a superior, light viscosity lube that allows for deep penetration into hard to reach moving parts. The drip bottle application, with a convenient straw, allows for deep penetration in hard to reach moving parts.
Our coilover engine cage is built from 1.5″ thick .188w 4130 chromoly tubing and welds onto the frame in three locations for maximum strength. It has a x-brace that bolts in to eliminate flexing.
We designed this for our 4.5″ wider 2wd i-beams and 4″ wider 4wd TTB housings. This will not work with stock width suspension. Designed for a 2.5 x 14″ Sway-Away coilovers or 2.5 x 12″ FOX/King coilovers. Comes raw, un-powdercoated. Some models require battery being relocated and the stock airbox system removed.
These are the same brake lines we use in our performance and long-travel kits. They are extended in length, stainless steel braided and kevlar reinforced with an extra plastic layer for added protection. They come with everything you need and mount to the the factory calipers only. Some ’95-97 Rangers require the older ’89-94 versions if they do not have 4 wheel ABS. You can tell if the truck doesn’t have 4 wheel ABS if the driver side brake line at the frame has a bulkhead with two hard lines coming into it. If their is no bulkhead and just a single line, then the truck has 4 wheel ABS.
Camburg Engineering is the leader in off-road suspension systems and is at the forefront in technology and design. Our over the counter parts are being race tested constantly and have won numerous championships, so if you are looking for the most proven long travel or performance suspension systems Camburg is your #1 choice.