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Old 02-05-2008
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Just make sure that your on a surface as level as possible. If the bolts are real hard to turn jack up the front and let the suspension hang and it will be like butter. It helps to have a buddy there with a tape measure to see how much lift you are getting while you crank them. Good luck
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thanks,

what would be measured? how much the tires drop as i turn them?
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Old 02-06-2008
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all i did was crank it then drop it down instead of mesuring how far down the tire comes down and just measure how far i did in the same spot on each side
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yeah thats what im gonna try






if it ever gets warm
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