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Is this my torsion bolt?

well im not sure if this is it or not can anyone confirm?

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In the 2nd pic its the one in the middle right?
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yes, its the bolt in the middle of the four other bolts.
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What are some other ways to level out the front of the truck other than cranking the t-bars on a 4x4.
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Coilover spacers..if you got those, I don't know other then that.
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What are some other ways to level out the front of the truck other than cranking the t-bars on a 4x4.
you can get lift keys, i think thats what they are called.
its the same thing as cranking the bolts.....
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body lift the cab only..


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Coilover spacers..if you got those, I don't know other then that.
there is no coils in torsion bar trucks
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you can get lift keys, i think thats what they are called.
its the same thing as cranking the bolts.....
agreed waste of money...
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agreed waste of money...

X2 .......just crank the bolts and get your aligment checked.
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Yea I guess so. I cranked the bolts 2 times already which gave me an inch. I didnt get an alignment and it doenst seem as though the tires are out of alignment. If I crank the bolts again I will probably go and get them aligned.
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Yea I guess so. I cranked the bolts 2 times already which gave me an inch. I didnt get an alignment and it doenst seem as though the tires are out of alignment. If I crank the bolts again I will probably go and get them aligned.
If you only went one inch you are probably still in specs (green!)for the front end.
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