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t bar crank

i want to crank my t bar do i needa ket to do this
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No. There is a how to on it.
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what r the keys for
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Type T-bar Crank into the search and see how many results come back!

Type "How To T-bar Crank" and the result is still massive.

Instead of a BS line like search, maybe some of the arrogant people on here could spend some of that energy to improve the search engine or post more "how to's" with title that the lower life forms like myself can find.

I'm not asking for a hand out, I'm asking for a helping hand !!!!

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is your truck 4wd or and edge?
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All you need is the proper socket size and either a rachet or I used a breaker bar. Get under and crank. Some people count how many turns they do, I just made my fenders even.
Driver side and passenger side are gonna be different lengths. DON'T PANIC. It is like this to compensate for the extra driver side weight.
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In that diagram the adjustment bolt is part #8.
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