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Old 08-09-2010, 06:35 PM   #1
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any mechanic work for GMC on here?

I have a 02 2500 hd duramax my problem is my torsion bar on the driver side is turned all the way up and is still .5" lower then the passenger side and its only 3/4 of the up on the bolt. i thought it was a bent bar but just put a new one from chevy in it..what could the problem be? thanks
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How r u measuring ride height?
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A you can either lower the other side or B put a leveling keyway in it. But when you crank the bars up make sure you leave a 1/2 in space between the bump stop and upper arm are it will ride like a tank. Then you will need to get it aligned. so you don't eat the tires up.
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How r u measuring ride height?
form ground to the body and from the tire to the finder
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Old 08-09-2010, 07:43 PM   #5
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A you can either lower the other side or B put a leveling keyway in it. But when you crank the bars up make sure you leave a 1/2 in space between the bump stop and upper arm are it will ride like a tank. Then you will need to get it aligned. so you don't eat the tires up.
i want the truck to stay level...and i have 2" keys in it already. it is a 6.5" lift on 38's
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anyone know anyone that does good front end work?
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