Suspension questions for my new 2010 4X4
Since I have my 2010 4X4 on order, I have some questions after reading the sticky's here:
If I put 265/75R15 BFG All Terrain T/A's on my stock 15" wheels, and want to level out the truck, I can turn the torsion bolts clockwise approximately 4 turns and get it where it is level. Ok, so I run the risk of 1. Wearing out my ball joints fast and 2. weakening my torsion bars, thus making them sag. Since the reason I have for leveling it out and changing the tires is for looks only, since I do NO off road driving, will the torsion bars still sag? Is the sag basically fatigue from heavy off road use?
Do I really need #1 torsion bars?
You turn the torsion bars in 4 turns....isn't that the adjsutment they use to align the front wheels? If I turn mine in, and then get it re-aligned, aren't they going to jsut back them back out? Since turning the bolts in, pushes the top of the tire out, causing the wheel to have positive camber.....I'm confused. How can I turn the bolts in, raise the height, and get it re-aligned without them un-screwing the bolts?
Ball joint premature wear, uneven tire wear, and sagging (bent) torsion bars, are my 3 main concerns....and the speedo being off after changing the tires are my major concerns.
Can anone shine some light on this for me?
Thanks in advance,