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Old 06-01-2013
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ok i have an 06 ranger 4x4 me and my buddy tried to crank my bars and he said they had been messed with before he said they were TIGHT and this guy is big and my height is 34.5" from bottom of tire of wheel well with stock 255 70r16's i have B bars (bbkk) i would like to have my front height at 37" could i get 2.5" with cranking or should i get aftermarket keys or get a #1 bar?
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ok i have an 06 ranger 4x4 me and my buddy tried to crank my bars and he said they had been messed with before he said they were TIGHT and this guy is big and my height is 34.5" from bottom of tire of wheel well with stock 255 70r16's i have B bars (bbkk) i would like to have my front height at 37" could i get 2.5" with cranking or should i get aftermarket keys or get a #1 bar?
Did you lift it off the ground before trying to crank it?
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Did you lift it off the ground before trying to crank it?
Yeah we had my jack we have at the house maxed out and at max the truck was sitting at 37" but the tires were not off the ground I could probley get a 4x4 post if It would help to have the wheels off the ground
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I have a 2008 XLT 4x4 and did 5 full rotations on the T-Bar and maybe got a 1/8 of an inch of height on level cement. That leaves me wondering the same question as the rest of you guys. I have also noticed the same height differences in other make and model trucks like the Toyota Tacoma. The old school Tacoma's are higher than the new one by about one inch. I think the auto companies are doing this to give a all around smoother ride for compact trucks being they have shorter wheel bases compared to half ton trucks.
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this i s due in part to the change made in 07 to the tbar keys, they were reclocked to lower the 08. the rear blocks were also lowered by an inch, there are post in the suspension threads
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stock 08 sport 4x4, front is 34 1/4" T-Bars fully cranked, the rear is 34 1/2 w/ stock blocks
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