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looking around ebay and came across these ans was not sure if they would wourk well,, main concern being my front axles , would it cause to much of a angle and wear out much faster.

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looking around ebay and came across these ans was not sure if they would wourk well,, main concern being my front axles , would it cause to much of a angle and wear out much faster.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/RANGE...spagenameZWDVW
Save your time and money. You can get the same effect by installing Belltech 6400 shackles for $40~50 and cranking the torsion bars for free.

Try a search for more info.
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im with bob..
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where do you get these Belltech 6400 shackles at. and what do they do,
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stay away from torsion keys, they are only good for leveling the front end of a truck, and you can do that by cranking the torsion bars anyway so they are not needed, if you use them for lift it will cause excessive wear on the front end parts, truckperformance.com has the best price on those shackles, made by belltech, part#6400
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where do you get these Belltech 6400 shackles at. and what do they do,
check www.summitracing.com they are full size chevy lowering shackles but work as lifting shackles on our trucks
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Here are 2 online sources:

http://partzfx.com/Merchant2/merchan...gory_Code=G373
http://www.suspensionconnection.com/...on/3403C2.html

Most places get $50~60 plus shipping. I ordered a set through an auto parts chain store (Murrays) and they were $42.
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alright thanks and i will check into putting these sites , was not sure on how hard they are going to be to put on . thanks again
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