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t-bar cranking

i have an 02 ranger with a 3 inch fabtech spindle lift up front and i was wondering if i could crank the torsion bars to get teh front up a little higher.. also i was wondering how to crank the t-bars because i dont really kno.. i only have a littel idea how to do it but i just wanna be sure before i try it
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http://www.therangerstation.com/tech...orsionBar.html

Here a link you can check out

I did mine a lil differently than what the link posted. I left my tires on the ground. Used a breaker bar and cranked them 5 1/2 complete turns. Course I couldn't get the bar all the way around so I did 11 half turns on each side. That raised it 1 inch.
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