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anchorages torsion bar

I saw you fall anchorages bars tornscion to climb the pickup

How do they do?

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There are 2 bolts, one on each side of the truck under the cab. The two long bars running from the lower control arm to underneath the cab. There is one bolt where each bar comes to the frame. Those are the bolts to look for. They need to be tightened so that it adds pre-load force to the torsion bar so that the truck sits up 1 to 2" higher. I hope you understand that. Hopefully people will have some patience to explain this better.
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Bajo el camión , hay dos cerrojos. Si usted los aprieta el camión levantará. Este es llamado " Torsion bar crank " por la mayor parte de personas en aquí.

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D sisi eso ya lo se yo la levante 4 cm de esa manera pero queria saber como es que ustedes le bajan los anclajes a las barras para que suba un poco mas
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yetti96 thanks explains this perfect
I already did that and the adjournment 4cm almost 2 "but Qurie is that you see as you descend the anchorages to the bars in order to gain a little more height

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stop talking like that I can't understand you

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uufa nobody understands me
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No worries, I understand you got a diesel ranger which is more important anywayz
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I think he's talking about drop brackets for the t-bars like the SL has
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yes lengthen the brackets
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So, who has the link to the Super Lift?

Oh, and BTW, benevidos al sitio. Mi espanol esta terrible, pero alegre tenerle!
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yes lengthen the brackets
http://superlift.com/Catalog.asp?P=K358&V=204
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if something that
but done at home that no kit argentina

I do not know if it is understood?
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you could probably make it on your own if you are very good at metal fab.... otherwise i would stick with superlift
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if I go well for the metal
in Argentina there is no kit, that's why I do what I
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You should be able to order it! It will be expensive to ship, but you could get it if you really wanted it
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what Is it better? lengthen it or put a body lift?
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Martin,

Yo que dont conocen si theres una importación cobra los impuestos, pero usted podría pedirles de este eslabón.

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Kind of. The dialect of spanish hes using.. I'm not too familiar with. Mostly PR and Dominicans is whom I associate with. I DO have a ' hot key ' translator I use for looking at different sites so.. His posts are 2 keystrokes to english for me.

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Lamentable . Uso a un traductor yo mismo. Intentaban aunque
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K358 Lift System: Kit Box, 4" Lift For 2001-Up Ford Ranger Sistema Lift: Kit Box, 4 "Ascensor para el año 2001-Up Ford Ranger $1,972.84

ajajajaja nonpayment that nor crazy
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so if i tighten these bolts my truck will get a 2 inch front lift, will my ride stay the same or will it become stiffer, since i do live in mexico and the roads down here are quite ****ty, also my trucks suspension is quite stiff as is, unless i haul 300 kilos worth of hay to my cattle, then it rides like a caddy, LOL...also by doing this what is the biggest tire size i can fit on my ride without a suspension lift...
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