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post #1 of 2 Old 02-13-2010, 11:49 AM Thread Starter Rookie
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how to level a 96 2wd f250

im wanting to make my truck closer to being level it seems all the weight is pushing on the front and it gets stuck in anything that is a bit wet.

ive heard that if you tighten the "torsion bars" it will lift the front end up a bit.

is this true or will i have to buy a levling kit?

any help would be extremely appericated
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as far as i know you should have coils or leafs up front not torsion bars, if its leafs an add-a-leaf will do it, if its coils a spacer will help it out

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