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Old 04-10-2009
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wow, im set on bars and gears. lol. nice to know my truck came stock w/ heaver duty parts. lol. ik its a waste of time and money. just w/ my job im on call all the time and i dont wanna be in the middle of installing something that takes SEVERAL hours to do and get a call needin me to come in. plus my dads the mech. inclined one and hes gettin kinna old and he rele dont wanna fool w/ it. and friends are dumbass rednecks that i wouldnt trust my truck w/. lol all well. the shop said 7hr install and mudranger96 said it took 10 hrs w/ some help from a friend.
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Why would wheel width matter if it'd fit or not? moron salemen...i mounted up my 35's to my steelies and my truck was stock. they were like "what'r they going on?" I point, "that ranger right there". "They wont fit." "Duh you idiot.". lol.


HUGE waste of $400 bucks!!
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Old 04-12-2009
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what do the actual torsionbars look like? lol. ive never modded any of my vehicles when it comes to suspension. i feel dumb...
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Search. There are a ton of threads on torsion bars, even how-to's on cranking them.
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i did... it just tells you how, not what exactly the torsion bars are. ik HOW to do it, i just dont know exactly WHERE the tbar bolts are. all you do is make sure to crank them the same amount of times, ik that much.
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The information is out there, just have to look in the right places.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ighlight=t-bar
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Old 04-16-2009
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ic. lol. thanks. did it the other day, easier then i thought it would be.
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Haha dont waste 4 hundo and let someone do it for you. Do it yourself even if you have different work hours.
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