Well, by raising them up wouldnt that help compensate for the tired spring
rate of the old torsion bars? That or maybe I can find a set of V8 4x4
bars.. Wonder if biokiller(Tom Buban) still has his around from his SAS...?
Maybe I will see if I can get a hold of him. I still plan on the SAS as
well as a peppy 318 that I have started tearing apart, but it wont be this
year.. Im being badgered to get the house updated... 8-(
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Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 7:27 AM
Subject: Re: DML: Back to the cheap front end mods...
> In article <001301c42679$e38ec760$1d59b0d8@bill>, email@example.com
> ("Bill Day") writes:
> > Now, what I want to know is what is the easiest way to give my torsions
> > crank? I dont want to max them just get some stiffness back in the
> > my DAK. Its all stock, brand new shocks and just kinda sways a bit when
> > hit a bump.
> The spring rate of your torsion bars is what it is. Cranking on the
> bolt only raises or lowers the front of the truck, it will not make it
> Dave Clement
> 99 SLT+ CC 4x4
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