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vfdf4: your truck has a torsion bar suspension. This is why you don't see any springs. Depending on the amount of drop you are talking about, there is some degree of adjustment to correct ride height. If you look under the truck closely at the lower control arms, you will notice that there are long steel rods roughly 11/4 inches in diameter which attach from the rear of the control arms and go approximately to the back end of the transmission where they have what appears to be a small arm coming off each one.
There are bolts going thorough each one with locking nuts. By drawing the bolt towards you, it will raise the vehicle.
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