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t-bar crank

i was wondering how many turns should i go in to get about a 1" lift to level it out to egual the rear.
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every truck is different maybe 1-3
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yep ever one is diffrent but 1 to 3 should be ok
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well i ended up needing to turn it all the way in to get it were i wanted it. but at least ill clear the 33's im going to be picking up today without any problem now and thats all i really wanted. cause my friends dont think ill fit them on the truck with the stock suspension.
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depends on the wheels what kind you running...?
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15x8 with a 3 3/4 backspacing
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if you have fender flares you will need to trim.. and a little on the valance too...
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I fit 33x10.50x15s on stock suspension with about a 1 inch t-bar crank. But I was also on 15x7 4.5in back spacing alcoas. My friend with a 98 taco TuRD was floored as he didn't think they'd fit without rubbing (again, these are 10.50 wide tires, not 12.50s!). In order for him to fit 33s of the same size he had to do a custom 2inch body lift.
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I fit 33x10.50x15s on stock suspension with about a 1 inch t-bar crank. But I was also on 15x7 4.5in back spacing alcoas. My friend with a 98 taco TuRD was floored as he didn't think they'd fit without rubbing (again, these are 10.50 wide tires, not 12.50s!). In order for him to fit 33s of the same size he had to do a custom 2inch body lift.
33x12.5x15 fit fine on stock alcoa wheels with t bar crank bill ran it for a little while
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well i put them on and i only have a very little rub only when im and full crank on the wheel so for now untill i get the BL its working just fine. will be putting pics of the truck in the wheel and tire section as soon as i get off work tomorrow and put the exhaust on as well.
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