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post #3011 of 3969 Old 02-27-2016, 12:43 PM
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did you ever get the low tire light out or is there some way to readjust the pressure
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My 4.5" Dominator Bypass setup order should be placed on Monday. Going to be hard to wait 4+ weeks for it to get built and ship!

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did you ever get the low tire light out or is there some way to readjust the pressure
Just talked to my buddy that works at Ford, he said he has a programmer that reprograms the sensors in each wheel. He said it takes 5 seconds a sensor. I'm still trying different pressures so until I figure that out I'm going to hold off.

Once I get it fixed I'll post it. Hoping for a good range so I can go up or down 5-10 PSI as needed.

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So I posted this in a seperate thread, but figured I'd get a response here:

I got my Carli adjustable track bar installed the other day, but have some questions about the set up. Axle seems to be almost dead center. Only a few mm difference between passenger and driver sides. But the himes joint on the frame side seems to be off. Photos attached below, you can see its rolled all the way forward/down and the ball joint side is angled towards the rear of the truck. The ball joint is centered horizontally (in relation to the passenger/driver side of truck) but pushed back. I've loosened the lock but on the frame side and rotated the bar, but it always seems to settle like the photos. Is this normal, or what am I jacking up???






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You can't clock the hein a little ?
Regardless it is fine at that angle as well.

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Yeah. I've adjusted it a few times, but always seems to settle back there. Just want to be sure it wasn't going to cause any issues down the line with it up against the edge of the bushing sleeve. Will keep messing with it.

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That's the way mine is Digmar. Not sure if it's wrong or not but it's been that way since install...
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So I posted this in a seperate thread, but figured I'd get a response here:

I got my Carli adjustable track bar installed the other day, but have some questions about the set up. Axle seems to be almost dead center. Only a few mm difference between passenger and driver sides. But the himes joint on the frame side seems to be off. Photos attached below, you can see its rolled all the way forward/down and the ball joint side is angled towards the rear of the truck. The ball joint is centered horizontally (in relation to the passenger/driver side of truck) but pushed back. I've loosened the lock but on the frame side and rotated the bar, but it always seems to settle like the photos. Is this normal, or what am I jacking up???
Perfectly normal! Mine and Sage's sit like that at ride height as well. There is plenty of movement (misalignment) in that joint for the linear travel stroke of that front axle.
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Thought you guys would enjoy some pictures I took on my trip to Prescott, AZ this weekend. This was the drive from Prescott to Crown King, AZ:













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Nice pics Dan, truck looks really good. How did it feel? All the motor work, suspension fine tuned, etc. should have that thing feeling like a million bucks huh?

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