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Old 01-11-2013, 02:32 AM
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Originally Posted by RAM4life21 View Post
i'm running into the same problem. i have a 02 ram with 33" generals grabber 1st gen. people have said that when you turn the torsion key to much that it could go through the floor board, if you hit a rut or big hole? please let me know what ya think.
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Originally Posted by REALmenRAMit View Post
Ive had plenty of friends crank torsion bars till there aint no threads left then turn around and beat the piss out of the truck. Never seen or heard of one blowin out and comin through the floor board.

You can always get aftermarket "leveling" torsion bars so you dont have to crank them to a stiff point.

Stock or aftermarket it will require the same amount of pre-tension ("force") to lift the truck. Aftermarket keys will not magically reduce the force (pre-tension/Load) required to suspend the truck, let alone raise it above stock.. Physics is Physics. ..
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