yes, this is a great way to level things out up front, and YES, you will need an alignment afterwards. post up some pics after you get it done!!!I have a 3 drop in back and need to level out the front. Can i loosen torsion bars to do this? Will i need to realign my truck after?
they're full of shit. you need to find a specialty alignment shop, like i did, to get the truck aligned. call the shops back and tell them that it's lifted and see if their response is the same.ive called a few alignment shops, they are telling me they cant do that kind of alignment? because its lowered??? what do i need to tell them, i said i lowered torsion bars and they say they cant?
woah, i have a z85 canyon and its a 2wd and has torsion bars up front. how can i drop it 3" up front?2wd Z71's have them.
The breakdown is like this:
2wd Non-Z71 = coil-over shock front suspension
All 4wd's = torsion bar front suspension
All Z71's = torsion bar suspension
i looked in the glove box and looked at the codes and i believe its the z71 with the offroad package. now can i just crank the torsion out of the torsion bars to give it a 2" drop and have no problems?k first off lets do some research i wil lforgive your insolence because of age. but if you have the z71 pacakge you will have no prob fitting rt-s's ( god awful rim) no matter what you do and second figure out what your truck actually is before posting shit. find your VIN number in your glove box call a dealership and ask them to tell you what your trim is.