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Unread 12-10-2015, 06:47 PM   #21
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Thanks for the tip Wishbone. I'm still using the original Cam bolts. I've not heard of Camelback. Is that the name of the dealership?
Yeah, they do online sales and generally have the cheapest prices on anything OEM.
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Unread 12-11-2015, 10:51 AM   #22
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Here is my actual order Justin, correlate with the part numbers in the other pic and you are set.

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Agreed with the above, stick with Toyota. My buddy Austin is running the Moog and I would not recommend them.
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I guess I'm really glad that I live in the desert southwest, where I was able to clean off my rust from the bolts with some steel wool!

Camelback is the name of a dealer in Phoenix AZ. I do have to say this, don't go there and not buy a vehicle. They called me for about 2 months, every.... freakin.... day.... I ended up blacklisting them on my phone so the calls would stop.
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The SPC cam bolts have worked out okay for me. I also ended up replacing the LCA bushings again because the aftermarket rubber ones quickly tore after a couple 4wheeling trips. I used whiteline bushings the second time and they have been great. Even though they are polyurethane, they don't squeak because they are designed to hold the grease in.
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I want to thank the folks on this forum for helping me tackle my LCA and Cam bolt replacement project. Shoutout to wishbone for posting an accurate list of OEM parts needed. I ordered LCA's from 1A Auto and couldn't tell any difference from the OEM's I removed. Very satisfied with the final outcome...truck goes in for alignment Monday.

Everything went according to plan except for two things. First, I went through 10.5 Milwaukee Torch Sawzall blades! Should have used a cutting wheel more, but some of the bolts were hard to get at and I didn't have access to a lift which made working on my back under the truck with a grinder uncomfortable to say the least. The other challenge was that my passenger side CV came apart at the inner joint somehow during the project, and I never had to reassemble a inner CV joint before. It actually took me a while to figure out exactly what happened. lol
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