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I cranked my TB's yesterday 5 turns on both sides. Equaled to about a 1.5" lift. Not too noticeable but I like the change. ImageUploadedByAG Free1392075575.471161.jpg ImageUploadedByAG Free1392075596.727022.jpg ImageUploadedByAG Free1392075617.477690.jpg ImageUploadedByAG Free1392075639.788125.jpg ImageUploadedByAG Free1392075680.209031.jpg


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nice, be sure you get an alignment, and I'd drop the diff 3/4 inches using washers as well.
 

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Dumb question but do you have a picture of where that is? Nothing like a noob messing with shit he doesn't know enough about.


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Don't think he has a diff to drop...
 

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looking good... get an alignment when ever you can or you Will eat your tires up!
 

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Thanks!!!


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Im not sure how much it lifted it but I could tell it raised a bit more, im positive that when the lift kit was installed that the bars were already at 2inches of lift but when the shop put the lift in would it have reset the tbs? Dam I just got an alignment last week im getting my new 285/70 nitto terra grapplers tomorrow so should I get one done?

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If the truck has a measurable difference I'd suggest an alignment. In the meantime, one of the smart alignment people can chime in hopefully. They know more about how much or how little affects alignment specifications.
 

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I'd get the alignment checked anytime you mess with the suspension.
 
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