Camburg Engineering's KINETIK Series billet upper control arms for the 2007-Current Toyota Tundra are designed to increase your usable wheel travel.
Countless hours were spent designing and refining these arms to the point where they met Camburg's high standards. CAD designing and machining gave Camburg the ability to bring some new design elements and features to the table. They CNC machine these from aerospace quality 6061 billet aluminum, then send them out to be bead blasted, Type II anodized gun metal gray and then Camburg's logo is laser etched into the arm.
- Increases usable wheel travel
- Corrects camber and caster
- Eliminates weak factory ball-joints
- CNC machined 6061 billet aluminum
- CAD/CAM engineered
- FK 7/8″ heim joints for adjustable camber and caster
- FK 1.50″ PTFE-lined uniballs pre-installed
- Anodized and laser etched
- All necessary hardware included and ready to install
- Made in the USA
- Designed for 1-3″ of lift
- Track Width: Stock
- Wheel Size: 17-20 in
- Max Backspacing: 6.00 in
- Tire Size: 33-35 in
- Camburg Billet Upper Arms
- Bolt-on Uniball Caps
- FK 7/8″ Heim Joints
- FK 1.50″ Uniballs
- Heat-treated stainless steel uniball and heim spacers
- Grade 8 and AN Aircraft Hardware
Like Camburg's tubular arms this billet UCA uses a larger FK 1.50 uniball that has a PTFE liner for increased strength and mis-alignment for maximum useable wheel travel. Made in the USA these are far superior to the cheaper and smaller imports other companies use. Adapting the uniball to the spindle/knuckle is done using model specific spacers that match the factory taper precisely. These are machined from heat-treated stainless steel and are a one piece design for increased strength. No drilling or modifications are needed. The 1.50 uniball gives the control arm the ability to run a larger and stronger 9/16 12 point bolt with a low profile bolt-on uniball cap to resist the elements.
Using larger and stronger FK 7/8 chromoly heim joints allows for additional camber and caster adjustment if needed with larger 6 suspension kits or damaged frames. Using a heim joint also eliminates flexing/deflection under hard use and braking with zero binding when in use. Using AN/Mil-spec hardware Camburg uses a single pinch bolt and secondary jam nut to insure the heim is secure with the rigors of off-road use.