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Old 05-15-2005
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t-bar crank help

when you do a t-bar crank as you crank it is the screw suppose to expose more ir is it suppose to go in as if youre tightening it
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Yes... Covers more when you tighten it...

And it shows more when you loosen it...


Weird...

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lol, i guess i didnt make myself clear thats my bad. i guess what im asking is do i tighten it or loosen the bolt cos everything i read about it just says "crank away".
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thanks for the help alon doing it first thing when i get off work.
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loosen the bolts.... :)
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Brent, you have a screw loose...
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:P

i have a whole gang of screws loose.....
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since we're on the subject of t-bar cranking, what caster/camber kit did you guys go with??? those of you who have done the t-bar crank???
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Doetsch pindles help with it at bit, but I'm installing a Specialty Products Company 87500 kit. It's for 1995-2001 Explorers but also works with Rangers 1998 at least through 2003 and probably 2004 as well.
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as always, John has an answer....one more question for you there, Ghandi....What IS the meaning of life???

other than GOD, Country, Air Force, hot trucks and muddy women
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