: Leveling out 02



Levand16
12-20-06, 12:39 AM
Is there an easy way the lift the front of my AWD to level out the truck? maybe tighten the bars?, or will that mess up the ride?

TheCaddyKidd
12-20-06, 01:08 AM
if you just wajnt to raise the front you can crank the torsion keys.. or i think on ebay for like 180+ shipping they will send you brand new torsion keys that raise the front 2 inches.. i cranked the torsion bars on my 2005 durango and the ride stayed the same maybe slightly stiffer but not anything dramatic.. i think the new keys will totally keep the ride stock but im not 100%

hcvone
12-20-06, 07:48 AM
You can replace the "keys" with Ford keys #XL3Z-5B328-CA, you just can not get enough adjustment from the stock keys, you can with the FORD keys, I belive they cost about $20.00 each from a Ford dealer. You will need to get your truck realigned after you lift it, or lower it for that matter.

Nasty Black Lac
12-20-06, 07:53 PM
You can replace the "keys" with Ford keys #XL3Z-5B328-CA, you just can not get enough adjustment from the stock keys, you can with the FORD keys, I belive they cost about $20.00 each from a Ford dealer. You will need to get your truck realigned after you lift it, or lower it for that matter.

Using parts from the darkside seems wrong...

Escolade
12-21-06, 12:44 AM
So what if you wanted to lower down the back of it?

DLE
12-21-06, 10:56 AM
I want to know how to get the back lowered too, because the ass of my truck is wayyyy up there. lol.

And I mean, without buying a lowering kit and all. Is it adjustable???

I know our trucks have the air ride system, so it pumps it up whenever the truck starts up.

hcvone
12-21-06, 12:05 PM
You can get rear replacement springs that lower the rear 2"

hcvone
12-21-06, 12:06 PM
Using parts from the darkside seems wrong...

It is wrong using Ford parts on GM trucks, I just did not tell the truck. ;)

Rays2kCaddy
12-22-06, 06:18 PM
hcvone what is a good replacement spring to lower the rear 2''?