Originally Posted by hsx9
I was just wanting other answers, maybe someone that had some sort of substinance besides "it depends"
But since you are the only person on the face of this planet that has some sort of answer apparently I will take your word.
Nobody can have an exact answer for you because every truck is different as far as potential 'sag' over time goes....
What I'm trying to tell you is this:
Not a single Ranger came from the factory leveled from front to rear - the type of torsion bar used didn't matter - they all had a designed rake to them from the factory floor.
If the entire truck was brand new with 0 miles & you wanted it level - a person would have to crank the torsion bars. No way around it.
So, armed with that information.....one can easily figure out that if you were to replace your torsion bars with brand new ones - you would also need to crank them to your truck level with your factory rear end.
The rating of torsion bar (1 vs B vs F) really only comes into play with talking 'resistance' to sagging over time.
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