On 8 Apr 2007 05:55:08 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
The only problem with this type of lift is that it throws off
suspension geometery so even if you can align it to static spec you
can have tracking and tire wear issues.
So, basically the best thing to do is just leave it alone? It's better
then stock with the 2" drop but still rides two inches taller in the
rear. I don't want to mess with the front suspension because you can
never get it right afterwards. Since tires cost so much I would rather
leave it then mess with it. Will the torsion bars jack the front end
up an inch or will that just mess it up?
On 8 Apr 2007 09:21:13 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
A mild change of a 1/2 to maybe 1 inch is okay. Some may say I am
spliting hairs but the geometry of the front end is such that the
control arms are sized so that at a certain average deflection they
keep wheel alignment in a acceptable range (this is why some lifts
come with new control arms or a modified knuckle) The rear is
different in that other than driveshaft ujoint angle that you need to
kinda watch there is a lot of latitude in lowering or raising it.
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