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How To: Lift Your Truck 2 Inches for Free
Hey, Thanks for taking the time to watch our videos, We have been noticing a lot of people wondering if it can be done to there vehicles. Youtube wont tell us when people comment anymore so visit and find the contact us and fill that out and we will get you the information you need. The truck in the video is a 2003 dodge ram 1500 4X4. Wendy explaining how to lift the front end of a truck 2 or more inches for free using the torsion bars. Make sure to equally tighten the bolts so the truck sits level. Tightening the torsion bars can make them more susceptible to breaking when stress is put on them so make sure you dont tighten these bolts to much. This method of lifting might also cause damage to your CV joints over time due to the increased angle. If you want to lift your truck the "right way" a lift kit is recommended.