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Old 05-13-2009
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From everything I've read and understand with torsion bars and torsion keys how can ReadyLift claim this?

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Our new keys are designed to provide the required lift without compromising the ride quality that often occurs when the factory keys are over-rotated. ReadyLift® keys are guaranteed never to affect the OEM ride and will not add more pressure on the stock suspension components
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http://www.readylift.com/c-171-range...dedge-225.aspx

My guess is that they're lying about the OEM ride guarantee as it doesn't make any sense to me.

More info on their site. They say it won't over extend ball joints?
http://www.readylift.com/p-231-forge...u-pay-for.aspx
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as said before....'lift keys' are good for one vehicle, but not good on another. For example....chevy's take more kindly to torsion keys than rangers.

I'd say its a generalized description to sell their product.
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That is what I thought. I just figured I'd post up and see. I was bored last night.
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Does torsion keys work for all year rangers
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