Camburg Engineering

'07-21 Toyota Tundra Camburg King 3.0 Race Series Kit

  • VENDOR: Camburg Engineering
  • PART#: CAM-310141-U
  • YOUR PRICE: Regular price $6,490.99


Camburg's King 3.0 Performance kit for the Toyota Tundra is a suspension system that takes it to a new level. This aftermarket lift kit utilizes Kings’s larger 3.0 series front coilovers with compression adjusters. This combination of parts not only improves the ride and handling on-road but more so off-road with the larger diameter shocks and external reservoirs. With the upper arms these shocks increase wheel travel.

VEHICLE FITMENT: 2007-2021 2WD/4WD Toyota Tundra


  • Improved ride both on and off-road
  • Eliminates weak upper ball-joint
  • Increased wheel travel
  • Corrected suspension geometry
  • Made in the USA


  • King 3.0 Remote Coilovers w/ Compression Adj. (33001-405A)
  • Camburg Upper Arms (Options: Billet CAM-310187 | Uniball CAM-310041 | X-joint CAM-310083)
  • King 3.0 Bypass Rear Shocks (33001-406)


  • LIFT: 0 - 3.0 in (front)
  • TRACK WIDTH: Stock
  • WHEEL SIZE: 17-20 in
  • MAX BACKSPACING: 6.00 in
  • TIRE SIZE: 33-35 in


  • After lifting your truck, the stock upper arms become the limiting factor and hold back your suspensions performance. Camburg upper arms address these issues and more. You can choose between our tubular and billet uniball arms and our X-joint upper arms depending on your budget and type of use. With these upper control arms Camburg is able to increase wheel travel with a part that is considerably stronger and will last longer under extreme conditions. Camburg also engineered the arms with more caster and changed the camber curve to correct geometry so the vehicle aligns correctly and improves driving characteristics and handling both on and off-road.
  • In the rear Camburg includes a pair of King’s 3.0 bypass shocks. They have a substantial increased oil capacity due to their size and have a lot more control and damping. The bypass adjusters allows you to tune the shock softer and firmer depending on what you’re looking for and how you’re using the truck. Since they are longer in length they increase rear wheel travel and articulation. The bypass shocks have a lot more bottoming control for the bigger hits off-road.