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jjratko1 02-22-2011 10:45 AM

Quick T bar question
My trucks sits a little bit lower on the right side both front and back. I need an alignment anyway so i figure ill crank the t bars. Should I compensate for the 'lean' and crank the right side a bit more to make then level? Or should I still adjust them the same amount?

jjratko1 02-22-2011 10:47 AM

By a little lower i mean .5 cm in the read (negligible?) and about 1 cm in the front. Should I lower that tire 1 cm more than the other side?

Vonhanson 02-22-2011 10:49 AM

the fuel tank is on the drivers side, so with a driver and a full tank of gas, it should sit pretty level.

but in your owners manual, it says you can crank it to lift the front if its sagging down a bit.

if your getting an alignment go ahead and crank it up abit, read the how to and be safe about it.

littlered 02-22-2011 10:54 AM

Yes you can crank them so it is level on both sides but being off by that little it dosent really matter. A full tank of gas or a passenger could affect it that much. So if you notice it leaning then you can crank it until it is level if not i wouldnt worry about it.

jjratko1 02-22-2011 11:13 AM

Thanks guys!

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