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Icon5 Getting an alignment and t-bar crank

I just got new tires (265/70/16) and I am getting an alignment and t-bar crank. I know the alignment guy well, so he agreed to level the truck out with a t-bar crank. I know this topic has been beat to death, but how much (turns) should he go and still keep a SLIGHT rake?
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just from personal experiance it depends on any vehicle and the type of tire... its just something you are gonna have to do.... crawl under the truck, crank the bars a few times... get out cheak the hight and then do it again..... thats just what we have had to do around here...
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What I figured. Just wondered if there was a rule of thumb. Thanks.
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