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Tbar lift question

If you do a Tbar lift and you crank both bolts the same amount of turns, say 3... and when you measure it the pass side is higher should you adjust the drivers side so that they measure the same and one bolt has more turns or do you leave it the same number of turns???
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leave it the same number of turns. Rangers have the battery, gastank, and yourself all on one side. The bolts themselves are normally turned different amounts anyways
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will do thanks
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Ya leave the "ranger lean" there to compensate for gas tank and other misc. things
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