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Old 09-01-2013, 03:50 PM
Hemimax06 Hemimax06 is offline
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Thanks for the help guys. I have decided to just crank the bars for now but have a couple ?' I have read to go only 2.5in at most the problem is my driver side sits about 1in lower than the passenger and looking at the bolts it looks to already be tightened in more than the passenger side. Should I go up the 2--2 1/2 on the driver side and then match the passenger or go up on the passenger and then match the other side to make up the diff? Would you think the driver aside has just started sagging more than the other and it would be ok to go more than the recommended 2in on that side?

I would like to raise the front end as much as possible but obviously do not want to cause problems. I have been pulling my measurements off of the center of wheel to bottom of fender. Is there a better place I should be measuring because the tires are not exactly even tread? Not a major difference but a little. Sorry about all the ?'s and I really appreciate the help
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