Originally Posted by wizlams08
isnt there any problems when you crank the torsion bars
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The front suspension has very little travel. At stock height, the front can only droop about 3" before full travel. If you crank the torsion bars up 2", you only leave about 1" of droop, meaning the shocks top out over anything and everything and cause a harsh ride. Plus the CV joints and ball joints are at high angles causing more wear. You cannot use longer shocks because the CV joints and ball joints will bind. The torsion bars will also sag soon because with the extra pre-load, the will twist beyond design and fatigue.
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