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How do I adjusk front tortion bars to lower front

How do I adjust front tortion bars to lower front end to even out truck

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The pros doing a front end alignment do just that
if done by yourself the wheel alignment will be really bad and out of whack for sure
the setting for degrees must be exact or very close

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How do we adjust a torsion bar to the a-arms

This not that simple Your tortion bars are must have some distortion at this point being a 2000 you will need to estamate some what but it can be done To tighen the tention you adjust the anchor arm bolts at the rear of the bar one on each side you also need a mesurment in the front take some string and strech it tight across the front end wheel to wheel at the bottom of the ball joints for your referance point the lower joint The vehicle should be on flat level ground Tighten the anchor arm bolts one at a time measure the distance from the top of the thearded end of the adjuster bolt to thepoint where it rides on the adjusted bracket then measure the distanct from the center of the bar front to the string when this distance is vary close the suspension should work fine Rember you may have to tighten one bar more then the other to get this but have to take into account bar distorition from years of use good luck

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