When lifting your 2014-Current Ford F150, the stock upper arms become the limiting factor and hold back your suspensions performance. Camburg's upper arms address these issues and more. Replacing the stock ball-joint with a larger 1.25 uni-ball bearing Camburg was able to gain wheel travel with a part that is considerably stronger and will last longer under extreme conditions. Camburg built more caster and changed the camber curve to correct geometry so the vehicle aligns correctly and improves driving characteristics and handling.
Using the latest CAD/CAM engineering software we design these arms to the strictest standards using our FARO laser scan arm to model the OEM parts and frames. Manufactured in-house, we have the tubes CNC laser cut and bent, then are MIG welded in precision fixtures before sending out to be sandblasted and powder-coated. Camburg's in-house CNC machine shop makes all the machined parts including the uniball mis-alignment spacers from heat-treated stainless steel. Camburg prides itself in producing the best parts available under one own roof and under their control.
- NEW DESIGN with uniball covers/caps
- Increases usable wheel travel
- Corrects camber and caster
- Eliminates weak factory ball-joints
- Thicker .156″ wall round tubing
- Laser cut & CNC bent tubes MIG welded
- CAD/CAM engineered
- Polyurethane frame pivot bushings with grease-able zerk fittings
- FK 1.25″ PTFE-lined uniballs pre-installed
- Steel gray powder-coating
- All necessary hardware included and ready to install
- Made in the USA
- Designed for 1-3″ of lift
- Uniball Upper Arms
- Hardware Kit
- Track Width: Stock
- Wheel Size: 17-20in.
- Max Backspacing: 5.00in
- With so many variables of wheel sizes, offset/backspacing, tire sizes, brands and styles, the amount of lift and specific suspension components, etc., you may need to trim the plastic inner fenders, etc. to eliminate tire rubbing.
- 20″ OEM wheels & tires and 18″ OEM wheels with larger tires than stock will not work with this suspension system “as is” and would require hub-centric wheel spacers.