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Old 03-11-2018
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Torsion Key Lift

So....I bought a leveling kit for my 03 Ranger 4wd....I put the new torsion keys on at work yesterday and on my trip home I had some vibration in the front end. I'm going to put it on the alignment rack tomorrow to check how bad it's out...anyone think that it might just be the alignment or could it be something else?.....adjusted to high maybe?....no front end issues prior to installing the new keys....also I gained about 2 inches in hight...
 

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Not really the right place to post. The alignment is absolutely necessary. Your camber is going to be put way off since you increased tension on the t-bars. Going to put a lot of extra stress on your ball joints. I would start with the alignment and see if that doesn't help. It should since thats the only thing you've done. Also check for play in your joints it may not have been terribly noticeable until you increased the tension a fair bit making it more pronounced.
 
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Yeah, I checked it yesterday at work and it was way out....I didn't have time to adjust it so I'm taking it to another shop today and let them do it while I'm at work since they're gonna have to get parts to adjust the camber and caster. Thanks.
 
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