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Old 01-20-2014, 10:08 AM
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Another quick question, Is it necesary to change the track bar after leveling the truck 2"?
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Another quick question, Is it necesary to change the track bar after leveling the truck 2"?

No, the trackbar and drag link are both adjustable and should have more than enough adjustment during an alignment. You may find that you do not have enough adjustment in your cam bolts on the lower control arms. If you cant get it back close to stock you may want to consider some adjustable control arms. Not enough caster (or too much) can cause handling issues.
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