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Question about torsion bar cranking

So I read the sticky above hear and understand everything said, the only question I have is if you are loosening the bolt does that lower or raise the front and vise versa if you tighten it does what does it do. Thanks boys.
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If you tighten the bolts, that will "raise" you're front end, and loosening them obviously does the opposite.
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K k thanks a lot sir
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X2

Also keep track of how many turns per side, so if you want to return it standard height.
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So the torsion bar as is can be lossened to get that more aggressive *** in the air look?
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