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I like to drop my 1983 toyota pick up 2 inches on the front.

The truck have 2 long screws from the part that conects the tires to the front part of the chassis behind the front bumper, I try unscrew them nothing hapen so i thight them back as far as they go nothing, do i need a longer tred going back?

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No those bars are adjustmets for the caster angle on the alignment of the vehicle it wont cause any tire wear but it may cause the vehicle to pull one way or the other

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Remove the two 10mm. bolts on the opposite side of the 3/4" nut.

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