Originally Posted by Maxximus
Easiest way is to measure the distance from the ground to the top/center of the fender-well. Jack the front-tires off the ground, crawl underneath the truck. Mark the adjustment bolts and crossmember with a paint-marker for reference. With an 18mm socket and ratchet, tighten the bolts. Start with 4-5 full turns (make sure and do the same number of turns on each side) let the truck down and check the height difference. Just do this until the desired height is achieved. Make sure and keep an eye on your CV angles. Every truck is different. I think mine was 6-7 full turns to get right about 2" of lift. Hope this helps.
Yea that sounds good. Ive been hearing good and bad with doing the torsion key lift some say dont install the keys and just crank the stock ones up the whole way and then i hear dont do any of it it wears other components out like chase said. Its either all good to go and do it or all bad.