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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-14-2005, 07:01 PM
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how high??

i have a 93' bravada...was wondering how high i can lift the front by crankin the torsion bars?? would like to do an axle over in rear but don't know if i can level the front withought buying parts......help would be really great
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-17-2005, 08:16 AM
 
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Re: how high??

2 inches but with alot of pain to follow, learn how to change CV shafts in less than 15 minutes cause thats a monthly chore and do your own front end alignment twice to three times a year, after that rebuild the rear axle cause its time for it to commit suicide then after 3 years start blowing up the front axle cause it sucks! All that and with chopped fenders I only fit 33 inch MTRs.

or swap in a new axle and fit 39 inch Boggers
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Re: how high??

Hey i was gonna crank teh bars on my 87, but after i lifted it up by the frame i measured ony 1.5" of down travel. Any cranking and there would basically be no travel for my tires?
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Re: how high??

correct, if you crank the bars they might go down but then you'll have no travel at all.
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I have all the stuff for sale to do the swap to solid axle. Tom
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