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Old 04-10-2013, 04:47 PM
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Thanks for the info. I guess when this goes to a shop I'll have them raise the front up a bit with cranking the torsion bars. I don't have to buy anything for that right? I seen a torsion bar key online is that just a tool that is for home mechanic? This truck is not going to see off-road or ever haul anything that's why I call it my "car". I do drive it in rain and also snow sometimes. The rancho from what I read seems more like a hauling/towing ride. Are the 4600 Bilsteins all around a good choice they're $59. ea anybody running them? Improved handling for street use compared to OEM? I would get a rear sway bar as well but I don't get much online time to read best choices. I need to get parts collected for the shop most likely a Dodge dealer just tell them what to do, have an alignment and leave. I'm just hoping whatever I get I'll leave happy.

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