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Realift Torsion Bar Relocator - Install Video - Chevy / GMC Truck
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Lift Your Truck for Free via a T Bar Crank (torsion bar)
How to lift my truck, Torsion bar lift, tbar lift, This video shows you how
to lift your truck equipped with torsion bars. This tbar lift is done on a
2001 Mazda B3000 / Ford Ranger. You will need an alignment afterwards
because of the angle change in the suspension. Tighten the tbar screw to
lift the truck, loosen to lower the truck. I got a 1.5in lift and my C/V
joint angle is only at a 5 degree angle so it should be fine with minimal
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Chevy Blazer lift, Adjusting The Torsion Bars to level the Blazer
Chevy Blazer lift, Adjusting The Torsion Bars to level the Blazer
This Chevy Blazer has had different leaf
springs put on the rear,that I think was for a S10 truck and not a Chevy
Blazer. The arch and length of the rear leaf springs are not measuring what
a Chevy Blazer is supposed to. So with the back up in the air to far it
puts extra weight on front end. To help remedy this I have decided to crank
up the torsion bar adjustment. Hoping It will help compensate for the rear
being up in the air.
Hummer H3 BFG 285/75-15 to 315/75-16 upgrade
Time for some new rubber. BFG 315/75-16 mounted on the stock H3 wheels.
Mounted using tire irons and balanced with balancing beads. Took a little
work, if anyone interested of doing it for the first time, free advice ,
use a lot of dish soap for mounting a new tire.
2005 Chevrolet Colorado LT, Crew Cab, Z71 4x4, LIFTED !!!
LT, Crew cab with 4 doors, short box bed, 3 INCH LIFT KIT, 4x4 with Z71 OFF
ROAD PACKAGE, 3.5 liter high out put inline 5cyl with great power and toque
yet fuel efficient, 125,000 miles, Automatic transmission, Air
conditioning, fully loaded with power options, CD / DVD player with
Navigation, BLACK WHEELS, huge tires, black power coated running boards /
front heavy duty guard and tail light guards, factory tinted windows with
vent shads, VERY CLEAN TRUCK, runs and drives great !!!
H3 Torsion Bar Lift Video Walkthrough
Step 1: Jack front end up with floor jack (make sure you are on level
Step 2: Locate and adjust torsion nut 2.5 turns clockwise on each side
(clockwise will give increased height)
Step 3: Lower the front end and drive around. Pump the brakes some to let
everything settle/work in
Step 4: Take measurements for back and front wheels from the center of the
hub cap to the lip of the fender (you want to bring the front wheel
measurement up to equal the back wheel measurement)
Repeat steps 1-4 adjusting the amount of turns you do on the torsion nuts
as needed to have the back height equal the front height
Step 5: Get a front wheel alignment!
Step 6: **OPTIONAL** Get and install bilstein fron shocks and bump stops h3
package from www.trailduty.com (cheapest I've seen) to increase ride and
ReadyLIFT 2011 Ford F250 & F350 Super Duty 4WD SST Lift Kits
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Rough Country 5 Inch Lift Kit for Chevy Silverado Installation - Model # 262.20 Tutorial + Review
Rough Country 5" Suspension Lift Kit for the 2007-2013 Chevy/GMC 1500 will
maintain your factory ride quality. This is a simple 100% bolt on
installation kit. Featured in the kit are:
Front: Lifted knuckles, front and rear crossmembers, upper strut spacers,
brake line brackets, differential drop brackets, CV spacers, sway-bar drop
brackets, and lower skid plate
Rear: 5" lift blocks, u-bolts, and brake line bracket.
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