HenryJ wrote:I am not sure you are listening. You must be really intent on going this direction.turkeestalker wrote:... Just cranking them tighter doesn't sound like a very good idea to me. What I wanted to know was if the use of the keys would at least allow a freedom of range, so as to not prohibit adjustment needed with doing a front end alignment. I understand that it will induce the same stresses, on the bars and other components, as simply cranking them.
NOT trying to tick anyone off here.
The keys just allow you to turn the bars more than you can with the stock keys. They do not relieve the stress on any thing or increase the range of travel. Just the opposite.Salesman BS. This kit is no different than any other 2" suspension lift. Those arms are to correct the camber. When you crank the bars this far the upper a-arms are not long enough to set camber.It all may be a mute point anyway, I found a 2" kit from Rough Country that I am curious if anyone has any experience with, or opinions about. A link to that kit is this:
I spoke with a tech on the phone about it. He claimed that the CVs would not be bound enough to create a problem if I followed the instructions,lest they would have included and adaptor to address that issue. He also claimed that the ball joint relocation brackets negated the problems with additional stresses and wear etc..Trying to. Do a search for 2" suspension lifts here. There is plenty of information.Honest opinions anyone?
I have tried to help. You have been warned as best I can. Go ahead and do as you wish. Forewarned.
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