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Old 01-04-2013, 04:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Ram725 View Post
Get the keys. Crank the torsion bars. Ride will be a little rough but that's really your only option. In my opinion, get the keys. It's easy to do. But study up on how to do it and make sure you have the proper tools. Torsion bars can be dangerous if not worked on properly.
Or save the money and the danger of unloading the torsion bars by just cranking your stock keys. It's free and gets you the same result, then take the money saved and spend it on some new shocks to accommodate the increased ride height.
I've done it both ways. The only thing that aftermarket keys offer over the stock keys is the ability to crank the torsion bars over 2". By doing that your truck will now ride like a brick and you will be replacing front end parts a lot quicker than you like.
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