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Old 01-20-2019, 09:38 AM
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Hey yíall I had a question

my buddy tightened his t bars on his ranger and Iím wondering if a 1998 f150 2x has them ????

can anyone help me out ?? cause my front is sagging and I donít like it
Yes they do but donít go higher than 24.50 from center wheel to fender or it will wear they out fast. Also you will need a alignment after and if it donít work you will need new keys
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Old 01-20-2019, 09:43 AM
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Yes they do but donít go higher than 24.50 from center wheel to fender or it will wear they out fast. Also you will need a alignment after and if it donít work you will need new keys
LOL, are you trolling or really don't know things?
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LOL, are you trolling or really don't know things?
What do you mean?
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LOL, are you trolling or really don't know things?
Please tell me he didnít mean 2wd? If so Iím stupid lol
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Old 01-20-2019, 10:02 AM
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Pretty sure he did. Lol

OP, you have coils so you need spring, pucks, or spindles to come up.

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Pretty sure he did. Lol

OP, you have coils so you need spring, pucks, or spindles to come up.
i know that 2wd donít but I didnít read it right lol
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LOL
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So, on the subject of cranked t-bars, is there any reason to get new torsion bars vs just cranking your stock ones?
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Good luck finding new heavy duty ones.
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So, on the subject of cranked t-bars, is there any reason to get new torsion bars vs just cranking your stock ones?
Crank the stock torsion bars, they're fine. If you add a Torsion Key, you can go higher, but you're then getting into the ballgame of an "Alignment Cam/Bolt Kit" so the truck will align properly, with the raised T-Bars.
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