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Did T-bar crank today and WOW what a difference it makes!

Well I was tired of the back of my truck sitting about an inch higher and even though most people wouldn't notice or even care, us ranger owners know it is annoying lol. Did mine today just one inch to level it out and I am blown away at the difference it makes! I sat 34.5 inches from the ground to the edge of the fender and after the crank it was 35.5 inches. What do you guys think?


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looks good!
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Looks really good! now... be prepared for it to settle a bit in the next week. Youll wonder where most of that went lol.

Looks like the before pics was a lot more than just 1 inch difference too
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Zach, those are next actually with some 15x8 eagle 058's

Thanks Joe!
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Looks great
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a nice difference indeed!

notice a "firmer" ride or anything?
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Thanks guys!

Steve, now I'm upset again lol. If it settles oh well

Billy, didn't notice any firmer ride and it still drives straight as an arrow. But I only did 1 inch. 2 inches i'm sure would make a much bigger difference
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Looks good. Now throw on the 33's!
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Much, much better!
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