Super Duty SC10 Titanium Turnbuckle & Hinge Pin Kit by Lunsford w/Ball Cups

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6 Titanium Turnbuckles w/Ball Cups & Wrench:

  • (2) 2 7/8" Super Duty Turnbuckles (Front Camber)
  • (4) 3" Super Duty Turnbuckles (Steering & Rear Camber)
  • (12) Super Duty Ball Cups
  • (1) Punisher Wrench

10 Titanium Hinge Pins:

  • (2) 7/64" x 0.913" King Pins
  • (2) 7/64" x 1.020" Outer Front Pins
  • (2) 7/64" x 1.079" Outer Rear Pins
  • (2) 7/64" x 1.350" Inner Front Pins
  • (2) 7/64" x 2.050" Inner Rear Pins

This product was added to our catalog on November 26, 2010.

Seth Rippee
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 18 2012 (about 5 years ago)
Lunsford Super Duty SC10 Titanium Turnbuckle & Hinge Pin Kit
I'm not overly impressed with these turnbuckles. After assembling the cups onto the turnbuckles (with wax) and installing them on my truck, the cups would pop off the ball studs when I tried adjusting them with the supplied wrench. I found a fix which is to drill out the cups with a 9/64 drill bit, then you can spin the cups onto the turnbuckles with your fingers instead of pliers. On the plus side the titanium turnbuckles themselves are pretty sharp looking and strong, but the plastic ball cups need more engineering.)
Andrej Nikoloski
Verified Owner
Sunday, Dec 25 2011 (about 5 years ago)
Lunsford Super Duty SC10 Titanium Turnbuckle & Hinge Pin Kit
Love the turnbuckles, usual excellent Lunsford quality BUT the ball cups are just too tight to adjust when on the chassis and this is with grease/chapstik AND 'breaking them in' by doing and undoing them a few times. I wonder if I should have gone the FT blue ones?)